Right click on one of the Intel....Universal Host Controllers, select Properties, Driver, Driver Detail. Does it show usbohci.sys as one of the 4 drivers?
All File transfers hang. No virus!
Posted Yesterday, 04:21 PM
Mine also have a usbfilter.sys on both my Win 7 & 10. In addition I have usbohci.sys. But I have an AMD system
Open an elevated command prompt and type or copy and paste:
wmic path CIM_LogicalDevice where "Description like 'USB%'" get /value > \junk.txt
Hit Enter if notepad does not open
Open \junk.txt and copy and paste the text to a Reply
Posted Yesterday, 04:24 PM
junk.zip 2.27KB 1 downloads
Too long to paste into reply.
Posted Yesterday, 05:38 PM
Too long to look at quickly. Will get back to you tomorrow. Wife wants me to watch TV with her.
Posted Today, 07:57 AM
You've probably told me already but I don't want to go back through all of the posts to look for it. What is the make and model number of the PC.? (Serial Number too if it's an HP)
Open FRST. In the Search Box
put: usbccgp.sys; usbhub.sys; usbport.sys; usbuhci.sys
Hit Search Files. You will get one file. Please post.
Posted Today, 09:56 AM
No leave it like it is. Export:
Posted Today, 12:35 PM
There is no folder named USB in that directory
Edited by phickspc, Today, 12:35 PM.
Posted Today, 12:51 PM
OK. Let's add one. Download the attached usb.zip,
usb.zip 341bytes 3 downloads
right click on it and Extract All then Extract. Right click on usb.reg and Merge. This is the key that tells it to give you the warning message or not
Posted Today, 04:06 PM
I take it nothing has changed.
I forget what it was we were plugging in. Assume it has a USB cable. Can you verify that the cable is 2.0? It might have a + as part of the USB symbol. Look at the plastic within. Is it white or black?
Does anything else give the same error?
Posted Today, 05:01 PM
Epson V39 Scanner via a black usb2 Ashape to mini-usb-shape (the size that connects to a smartphone). The inner plastic is also black.
Tried another white cable but regardless the slow speed error appears.
But re-plugging in eventually solves it and scanner operates at full speed until a certain point after which the scanner no longer responds until I re-plug it in. I re-ordered the scanner twice, thats how I know the scanner isnt faulty.
I do have other usb devices such as a printer but don't receive an error however, with the smartphone-size usb connection, I only have two devices that use it, my smart phones and my scanner. I don't see the slow speed error when plugging in my smartphones.
Edited by phickspc, Today, 05:38 PM.
Posted 51 minutes ago
Look at the plastic between the pins within the connector. Black is 2. White is either 1.1 or 2
See if you can get a process monitor capture starting when you plug in the scanner and ending when the warning occurs.
I'm starting to think the scanner driver is at fault.
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