First of all, confirm that your cables are functional. It's surprisingly common for a USB cable to fail at data transmission and you won't be able to tell unless you test it, so don't make assumptions. I went through 4 cables I thought were good before finding one that actually transmitted data in addition to power.
Second, I don't know if this is the most ...
I have seen this on multiple occasions and have been looking for a solution for years. I think I have one now. If you actually look at the USBC sector you'll find you can decode it as a USB command block. And also that these sector cause following sectors to shift.
Here's an example I have which is interesting for more than one reason, which I will explain ...
How can I test a USB C cable?
Two possibilities spring to mind. Caveat, I haven't tried any of them ...
USBCheck is an Android app that performs basic testing:
USBCheck is an app that’s designed to help determine whether your USB Type-C cable is up to spec. The app checks the current draw of a cable while it’s plugged into your phone. If it ...
The FAQ says:
USB3.Optical cables by Corning are optimized to work in hi-speed (480Mb/s) and superspeed (5.0Mb/s) systems. The cable can support lower speed USB 1.1 & 1.0 peripherals (<12Mb/s) with use of a wall-powered intermediate hub (either USB2 or USB3).
So yeah, just use the hub you’d probably need anyway to provide power.
The answer unfortunately is no. The cable itself is 'dumb', its the driver and usb interface which determine communication type.
You could try to downgrade the driver to a usb1.1 but I doubt you'll find a driver for that which is compatible with the usb interface hardware.
Support for USB-C charging depends mainly on the laptop and what voltages and wattages it individually supports, as well as what charger is plugged in. In order to explain this, it's important to understand USB-PD and what it offers. USB-PD is the standard that USB-C uses to allow charging on modern devices. It supports multiple voltages (5V, 9V, 15V, and ...
It is possible to install Linux on a Windows 10 UEFI/GPT system without any other media. But it's not for the novice and it's not simple.
Here's a sketch of what I was able to do to get Debian Bullseye installed on my laptop that shipped with Windows 10.
Choose your installation media. I recommend the Debian netinst CD, which is about 600 MB. NB it's ...
Try making a Windows 10 installation USB using the Microsoft media creation tool, though if the boot partition has been destroyed, that might not work.
If using the latest MS Windows installation ISO fails, try following the instructions for obtaining a Dell Operating System Recovery Image and applying it. However, that version of Windows will be some years ...
Attach all USB-devices.
Hold F10 to go into BIOS.
Go to 'Boot'.
Go to 'Hard disk drives'
Disable all drives except 'USB: General Flash'
Change Boot Priority: Select 'USB: General Flash'.
The tricky part is that you have to have all USB-drives attached before you can disable the drives. And only after you have disabled them, can you select the ...
I ran into this problem - I found that Windows misidentified my Pi Zero as a COM device - as this article said it might. So check your device manager for a 'USB Ethernet/RNDIS Gadget' - or something similar. If it's not present, here's what I had to do;
Go to this Microsoft Update Catalog, and download 'Acer Incorporated Other hardware - USB Ethernet/RNDIS ...
check if your hdd/ssd is formated or BIOS making your boot drive useless. If this doesn't help, try reseting the bios. If this doesn't work, change your motherboard, hdd/ssd or bios battery. i hope this helps 😁
first thing you should do is pick the yellow exclamation, check which .inf file is assigned and delete this file from windows/inf directory
pick the yellow exclamation und uninstall drivers
disable windows driver signature enforcement and reboot
double check phone settings, maybe switch to PTP and then back to MTP mode, let windows reinstall drivers itself
Did you try F2, F9 or F11 to configure the BIOS/UEFI?
Something about to disabled secure boot...
Installing Linux on Medion Akoya S2218
Redémarrage pc (in French).
How to restore the system of Windows devices | MEDION Service.
Are you trying to install Linux or Windows?
The short answer is you cannot . USB is a host/client based connection, meaning one end of the USB connection controls the other. The ports in your computers are connected to USB host controllers. You cannot connect a host to a host.
According to the article
How to format Medion Akoya S2218 Laptop with Windows 10 using a USB and the EFI Shell,
the procedure is as follows:
Prepare the Windows 10 installation media,
Windows 10 Installation Media Tool
Boot with the option of "Internal Shell" (EFI Shell) from the
From the displayed "Device mapping table&...
If I attach my USB webcam to USB to AV converter and then plug it in AV to HDMI mini adapter, will it work?
A webcam needs to plug into a computer. A computer with drivers for the webcam, and software to display the video out HDMI. I've seen some pretty fancy TVs with USB ports that might be able to avoid the need for a computer in the middle but if ...
Is this the product you had working on Windows but not the Mac?
Here's your problem, from the product description:
macOS and iPadOS only support Single-Stream Transport (SST) mode.
Windows supports both Single-Stream Transport (SST) and Multi-Stream
This is an interesting problem even if it is a few years old.
I've seen people use single board computers with USB-OTG ports as a storage device allowing a portion of its drive appear as USB storage to another computer. The files could be modified by both systems but care had to be taken to avoid both writing at once. The Linux "USB gadgets" ...
One possible problem is that USB female to female adapters violate the USB spec, and by violating the spec things tend to stop working. Under the USB 3.x spec a male to male cable is supposed to swap the Tx and Rx lines, so your complaint on this from not understanding the purpose of these cables. These are made for host to host communications, and like an ...
Some mention transfer speeds of up to 10GBps, while others claim that it's like comparing apples and oranges.
It is comparing apples and oranges. USB 3.x is a communications protocol and USB-C is a port for power and data. I use "3.x" to encompass the different versions of USB from 3.0 to 3.2. USB-C is a port that may or may not carry a USB 3.x ...
For a USB-A port on a computer to comply with the USB 3.0 spec it must be able to supply at least 900 mA. For USB-C the minimum to meet the USB 3.0 spec is 1.5 amps. The maximum for USB-C is 3 amps, unless using USB-PD at 20 volts or more then it's 5 amps.
Power out of a hub cannot exceed what goes in. The USB spec says a port must be able to provide 900 ...
I know this question is old, but if someone else(like me for the past few weeks) is looking for a solution to this problem, maybe he/she finds this helpful.
The following solution worked in my case (credits go to Reddit user /u/zelloxy) :
"Start command prompt. Type powercfg -devicequery wake_armed. Enter powercfg -devicedisablewake <deviceName>. ...
I had the same desire to get a specific camera from the command line, so I could get a shortcut to view my video to work no matter which port I plugged into, etc.. the answers here helped, but didn't quite give me a full recipe, so I'll post a full solution.
I have a usb camera I use for showing work I'm doing via a screen-share with my colleagues. I use VLC ...
Newer Android devices with Android 11 come with Ethernet Tethering support built-in. For example, in this setup, I connected my phone (Galaxy S21) and my laptop over a LAN cable:
The Android phone acts as a router itself, which allows internet to be shared without an intermediary router. However, I think you can also use it with an existing router using NAT ...
Physically: yes, sure.
Logically: yes, USB supports up to 127 devices per root hub, and each controller card will contain one or more root hubs.
USB-bandwidth-wise: yes — in fact you probably don't even need multiple controller cards, you could probably just use the motherboard's builtin USB ports and a hub to fan everything in (and in fact you may not even ...
I've been searching for something like this for a different application. The Febon device is the only thing I've found so far. But I also discovered a different possible solution--it's a bit overkill but it's cheap enough that it might do what you want.
Get a PC on a stick device (around $150). It is a fully functional Windows computer that plugs into an ...
USB-C is a connector specification.
USB 3.x is probably mainly a signalling specification.
USB-C (formally known as USB Type-C) is a 24-pin USB connector system with a rotationally symmetrical connector.
The USB Type-C Specification 1.0 was published by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) and was finalized in August 2014. It was developed at roughly the ...
I had the same question - after some further research here is my attempt at a better answer:
The output of lsusb gives you:
Bus 001 The SB busses available on your machine. As far as I understand it (but please correct me if I am wrong), these are software-busses implemented in the Linux kernel without a physical equivalence. On my system for example, I ...
I don't have any reason to suspect rsync is the culprit for this slow speed.
I would suspect that the drive itself or its filesystem is the issue.
In fact, a few factors hint at a possible cause. You mention it's a USB drive, and you're transferring 150GB at once. I would hazard a guess that your USB drive uses Shingled Magnetic Recording (SMR).
SMR drives ...
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I have cut the sides of this SATA male part to connect it to the USB 3.0 to SATA converter.
PiBOX India - USB 3.0 to 2.5" SATA III Hard Drive Adapter 0.5 M Long Cable w/UASP - ...
the M-M cable swaps the RX and TX pins but the F-F coupler does not. I
attempted to rewire the cable so that the pin configuration would be
the same as if it was the computers direct port, however that didn't
You clearly have wrong M-M cable. In specs, there no such thing, people make all sorts of crazy cables, so you got a wrong one.
More, you can't &...
The best way to wipe a drive depends on your drive (type).
For example there's the sanitize and format command that are available in many (I believe) NVMe SSDs, which can be issued with nvme-cli.
blkdiscard is a nice alternative as well if your drive is "Read Zero After TRIM" (it's even the case with some recent WD HDDs). This is probably the "...
As stated in comments, the OS has an erase option before installing.
But you said that you would like to erase the current hard drive in its entirety before installing a fresh installation of Ubuntu. I don’t know about the purpose of this but its your business and I respect that.
Now assuming this is the hard drive in which any OS (any) is installed, that OS ...
I made image with Macrium from an exact copy of the unbranded tablet. I have numerous of these tablets in both Win 8.1 (Bing) and several I upgraded to Win 10 years ago.
My particular tablet had issues after I tried to upgrade to win 10 lately, as all my drivers didn’t upgrade like they did years ago. Probably because windows doesn’t support upgrades for old ...
So, first I realized iPhone chargers run 5V, which is the amount I needed; I plugged it into the wall with one and for the first time it booted up! Then, I tried plugging it into my laptop directly using a double-sided USB-C. That worked too. My conclusion is that most likely the original double sided USB-A cord just wasn't very good / not behaving up to ...
I had exactly the same issue with a Corsair keyboard.
So I took a self-powered USB hub, plugged in BOTH connections of the keyboard (and the wireless mouse dongle). Then connected the USB hub to the KVM.
And it works.
Most modern USB KVM switches will work with a keyboard/mouse attached by USB hub.
(Many USB dongles with a wireless mouse/keyboard set are ...
USB splitter doesn't exist, and if it existed then it would only do mirroring
However, KVM for two USB ports seems to exist. A quick search found the
ATEN CS22U KVM Switchbox - 2 Computer(s) - 1 Local User(s) - 2048 x 1536-6 x USB - 3 x VGA:
I only give this as an example and I have no experience with this device or
similar ones ...
Give the disk an /etc/fstab entry, and mark it as noauto,nofail. The udisks2 daemon should honor this, both by disabling automounting in the desktop environment and by using your specified path.
UUID=abcdef /mnt/backup ext4 noauto,nofail 0 0
I had the same issue. And activate the CSM option in UEFI menu was not a solution because then I couldn't install windows as my HDD drive was set in GPT (and not in MBR). And if I unset the CMS option, the USB stick was no longer detected...
Actually, I realized that my bootable USB stick was not correctly set on UEFI mode, that I could do using the ...
So it appears after running into this myself and finally getting some time to fight with it, that certain systems' BIOS/UEFI implementations are buggy, and if your Windows installation USB is using GPT partitions instead of MBR, the installer stupidly attempts to reconfigure the USB's EFI/System partition as the target even though it just formatted and ...
can one of those cheap USB monitors be used on a computer during BIOS
No, that will not work. BIOS expects a directly connected monitor and can't deal with an external monitor.
You may not need BIOS to work with your computer, so the USB monitor will work for that.
If you really need to start in BIOS, then you need to replace the existing broken ...
I would suggest checking the connection of the keyboard ribbon cable to the motherboard. If the same problem will persist I would also suggest this troubleshooting steps.
First is to do a hard reboot, remove the battery and unplug the AC adapter then press and hold the power button for 20 seconds then try booting it up again.
If the keyboard will still not ...
I need to get the Reported device Ids hash property of my USB dongle
This is possible if your device is running a supported version of Windows 10 semi-annual channel.
The hardware hash for an existing device is available through Windows
Management Instrumentation (WMI), as long as that device is running a
supported version of Windows 10 semi-annual channel. ...
While Audio MIDI Setup is launched but the USB MIDI device is disconnected, locate the cached device in the MIDI Studio window and delete it. Then re-attach the device. CoreMIDI will re-read the configuration descriptor and retrieve the string at the specified descriptor index in order to create a new cached device.
It is not possible to force CoreMIDI to re-...
The nature of the problem is explained in the article
Why does Windows not recognize my USB device as the same device if I plug it into a different port?
The USB device people explained that this happens when the device
lacks a USB serial number.
Serial numbers are optional on USB devices. If the device has one,
then Windows recognizes the device no matter ...
Firstly, the USB version naming is super confusing. USB 3.1 gen 1 is actually exactly the same thing as USB 3.0. They have renamed "3.0" to "3.1 gen 1" when 3.1 was released. "3.2 gen 1" is also the same thing. Unless it has "gen 2" in name, it's the same port with the same speeds.
Assuming that you have 3.1 gen 2 ...
Third party tools, such as free JackAudio, donation-ware VB-Cable Virtual Audio Device or commercial Virtual Audio Cable act as a switchboard, connecting multiple devices and applications.
Caveat: As with any software, check it for malware at VirusTotal before installing. Also consider that it may take a bit of work to configure the software. For example, it ...