Thanks a lot. The easiest way I know to install this driver is to update to Windows XP SP2 or Windows 2000 SP 6. Look at the chart at the bottom of the page. What i did was buying USB 2.0 replicator (with 4 USB ports). Check This Out
Check out these other links here and here _________________Steve Last edited by smugiri on Thu Nov 10, 2005 12:37 pm, edited 1 time in total. So I could go into Disk Manager and assign a drive letter by hand, and then SOME devices would show up in Windows Explorer, but not all. (Thumb drives worked, but I called the 24/7 tech support line. It has links to the older BIOS versions. https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T61-and-prior-T-series/USB-ports-stopped-working-T42p/td-p/60941
All of a sudden now I keep getting the "This device can perform faster" message everytime I plug any USB device into either of these ports. Device Manager showed the individual devices installed, but not the USB Root Hub. Right click on the file and choose "Install" then follow the prompts. Top Profile Reply with quote jessek Post subject: New system board, all set nowPostPosted: Tue Dec 20, 2005 1:38 pm Offline Joined: Tue Dec 06, 2005 4:39 pm Posts:
I don't think this statement is necessarily correct, at least for machines recently acquired from the factory. But rebooting with a Linux CD (from Macrium Reflect Free backup software) worked fine, and revealed my external HDD on a USB port, so the hardware was fine.I saw nothing helpful Something is wrong in powering the system which influences the unstability of USB exits to function normally. I forgot that there are newer and better T4x series machines out there that come with XP SP2 installed. _________________Steve Top Profile Reply with quote fschwep Post subject: PostPosted:
After wake up from hibernation or Standby usb port is dead sometimes and i have to deaktivate/activate usb controller in HardwareManager. I would like to argue that that USB 2.0 support comes from some other source e.g IBM device drivers chipset drivers or from Win XP SP2 but not from a plain Top Profile Reply with quote smugiri Post subject: update...PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2005 5:24 pm Offline Senior Member Joined: Tue Nov 23, 2004 4:29 pm Posts: 773 Location: Mississauga, According to my install, the files you need are usbehci.sys that goes to c:\windows\system32\drivers usbhub.sys that goes to c:\windows\system32\drivers usbport.sys that goes to c:\windows\system32\drivers hccoin.sys that goes to c:\windows\system32 usbdui.sys that
http://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=16849 _________________DKB Top Profile Reply with quote smugiri Post subject: ....PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 11:51 pm Offline Senior Member Joined: Tue Nov 23, 2004 4:29 pm Posts: 773 Also, I plugged my firewire card and Dazzle memeory card reader. did you? I don't but my laptop is fixed after system board replacement.
If you've found this forum useful, please consider donating a dollar or two It is currently Mon Nov 14, 2016 12:35 am Unanswered topics | Active topics Board index » Classic http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/usb-ports-not-working-on-t42.14389/ I changed their status so they would. no works just fine! Here's the details - As you can see from the subject, I have an IBM ThinkPad T41 laptop that is running XP Pro SP2.
For example, my recently purchased T42p came with XP-SP2 already installed as part of the factory preload, (even though the TAbook description for my model did not specifiy XP-SP2 as it his comment is here Then reboot. I suspect that when I replace Windows Explorer with Explorer++, I'll forget all about this problem.I hope this helps somebody else.Norm in Toronto Top Profile Reply with quote memoboy I'm also not going to try any of the various USB accessories that I really don't need (USB cubicle space heaters, etc. :-) Top Profile Reply with quote Kyocera
I mean, it isn't as if one actually needs a computer to charge or control them to make a cup of coffee. I doubt if the BIOS update is the problem, but here is the page with the BIOS updates on it. I assume that the recovery disks I created on this system would return the system to the same state that it was in when received from the factory, i.e., with SP2 this contact form Ed _________________X120e 0596-2RU ?Ghz 4GB 360GB Win7T43 2668-? ?Ghz 1GB 160GB WinXP-SP3 Top Profile Reply with quote normofthenorth Post subject: Re: USB USB Ports do not work in 2.0
Good luck. You might want to take a look at it. Interestingly, here's what worked: Earlier, I had a devil of a time restoring Windows XP Pro to my X60. (The vendor had installed a bootleg copy of Windows 7, and hadn't
Top Profile Reply with quote leegaard Post subject: Factory restore mediaPostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 12:27 pm Offline Sophomore Member Joined: Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:26 pm Posts: 194 Only problem was, I got nothing -- zero, nada, bopkes -- out of the USB drives! Chears Top Profile Reply with quote davekung Post subject: USB port not working as 2.0 againPostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 9:54 pm Offline Freshman Member Joined: Tue Dec 06, THOSE disks worked OK on the T40!! (One part that made me nervous was toward the end of the clean install, when it seemed to be running a version of CHKDSK,
Quote:I'm also not going to try any of the various USB accessories that I really don't need (USB cubicle space heaters, etc. The Thinkpad T40p that I have has an Intel USB controller, more specifically some variation of the "Intel 82801DB" USB controller ( I was not able to pull up more accurate The media came from Scotland or Ireland, and was in my native language. (Danish) It was with a SP2 added in the automatic install, whereas the original install included only SP1. navigate here According to an IBM tech I spoke to today, if none of the above worked, the cure is to replace the system board.
In a basic T4x install from Recovery CDs, you get Win XP which only comes with USB 1.1 drivers. Then again, thinking about"designer" coffee, maybe it is worth a shot; perhaps a double too. It then seems to me that there is no way to get USB 2.0 on this machine with just Win XP SP1 since according to Microsoft, USB 2.0 in XP SP1 If it works (I hope it is the case), then it is Windoze problem, not BIOS.
Now everything seems to recognize my external USB storage devices automatically -- EXCEPT Windows Explorer, which still doesn't want to recognize my external HDD as "H:"! yes. My argument then would be that it is impossible to have USB 2.0 from a plain vanilla Win XP SP1 install on a Centrino T42. Do a search for USB2 problems here on the forum, I'm sure you'll find a couple threads. _________________Homebuilt PC: AMD Athlon XP (Barton) @ 1.47 GHz; nForce2 Ultra; 1GB RAM; 80GB
For once, I'm *really* glad I bought an extended warranty. _________________Thinkpad T40 2373xxa Top Profile Reply with quote AdaSch Post subject: Re: New system board, all set nowPostPosted: Sun It seems to me that this was the case with your T42. Gerd Top Profile Reply with quote GomJabbar Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Nov 09, 2005 5:35 pm Offline Moderator Joined: Tue Jun 07, 2005 6:57 am Posts: 9750 In Device He put me on hold for two minutes, and came back to tell me they were going to replace the board.
Hi i have this same problem with my t40 now i give notebook to service (i know, this cannot be softawe proble becouse usb 1.1 and 2.0 make 2 diffrent chips My thinking is that assuming that the hardware/motherboard are OK ( and you mentioned that you verified this through a 2nd WinXP SP2 install ) then it would seem that this After that, plug one by one of your gadgets (USB DVD-RW, USB HD, USB mouse etc.) and all of them will work like USB 2.0. Top Profile Reply with quote smugiri Post subject: 2nd round of thoughts....PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 12:37 pm Offline Senior Member Joined: Tue Nov 23, 2004 4:29 pm Posts:
Top Profile Reply with quote Mrak Post subject: PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2005 5:31 pm Offline Joined: Sat Dec 10, 2005 4:25 pm Posts: 2 Sorry, it worked just Any idea how to fit my work image - I just don't want to re-install everything. X6x Tablet ThinkPad X2/X3/X4x Series incl. If there's any driver that you might need check it out.
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