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Option 1: Restart your Windows 8 PC (shutdown /r). Option 2: Disable Fast StartUp in Windows.


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MTP and PTP are standards that define a particular way to communicate between devices at each end of a USB connection. The device (for example an Android device in the below source, or a digital camera) needs a device driver to allow the device operating system to communicate over USB using the protocol in a way that the device at the other end of the USB ...


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That cable is called a USB Y-Cable. It is designed for devices which require more power than is available from a single USB port. There are 2 different kinds of Y cable (Source Can I safely connect the power-only-end of a USB-Y cable to an other power source? answer by Bob): One male connector, two female connectors There are two types of the ...


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The cable is meant for USB powered devices that require more current than 1 USB connector can provide. I have that cable for my CD Writer. The single connector at the end is connected to the device and the other 2 connectors are connected to the computer. I believe that the data is only provided at one of the connectors, but power is needed from both.


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windows 8 use fast boot mode it keeps windows 8 in hibernation and block windows partitions. To use these windows partitions stop fast boot mode. This change will give you access to windows partitions but increase time of windows boot.


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Disable UEFI Boot and try again (enable CSM Boot). If you install Windows you may want to enable UEFI Boot after the installation.


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From the screenshot, you have a sandy-bridge CPU, which usually pairs with 6-series chipset. And there is NO USB 3.0 support on the Intel 6-series chipset. Its possible to pair 7-series with this CPU but I highly doubt so. So you need to find the proper USB 3.0 driver for the 3rd party controller used in the laptop. Go to manufacturer's website and ...


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For security reason you cannot automatically run a script or an executable on removeable media sunch as an flash pendrive. User friendly as this may be, even Microsoft blocked this. What you can do is either hack around the USB insert messages, or if you know a valid username and password you can use a rubber ducky. The Rubberducky is an USB tool which ...


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Yes, it’ll give you more ports, but no, it’ll still provide the same amount of power. That’s of course unless the hub has a separate power supply. So you’ll either overload the port when connecting too many devices or they may either charge very slowly or stop charging completely.


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After burning ISO of Ubuntu to flash drive you have to start your PC enter BIOS SETTINGS then change boot sequence put usb or flash drive whatever it is written at top and save chahges. What happens is that now you have configured BIOS to check usb is attached any for some OS. If it fails it moves to check on second and third storage device ex - HDD. If ...



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