In Reply to: Re: Problem with Photosmart 318 DC and USB posted by Bill D. on 05/08/02 at 9:17 AM:
Registry Tweaking (on your own risk):
HKEY_Local_Machine => System => ControlSet01 => Enum => USB => VID_..... => delete all VID keys (hint: you have to give yourself the permision to delete the key [rightclick=>permissions], even if you're Admin )
Check also the "ControlSet02" and "CurrentControlSet". If you can't delete one key, never mind.
This will force WinXP to find new hardware, when you connect the camera to the computer.
BTW: Latest bios version flashed?
: We'll get it working. Open System Information (MSINFO32.EXE) and navigate to Hardware Resources > IRQs. Click anywhere in the right pane and then press CTRL-A and then CTRL-C. You have copied that data to the clipboard. Paste that data in a reply here.
: : : Load the latest 4-in-1 drivers and USB filter patch:
: : All done, but the problem remains. The camera is not recognized. I tested on another pc and it gone ok.
: : Here is a detailed info on my pc, if it can help.
: : I wonder, the camera was recognized on the first time as unknown. Does this prevents it to be recognized now with the new 4-in-1 and USB filter? Is it possible that this USB hub does not support in any way my camera?
: : CPU: Athlon ThunderbirdC 1333
: : MBO: Fast Fame 6VHF - via chipset + onboard audio AC97
: : GPU: Pine technologies, Geforce2 MX400 64Mb TvOut
: : RAM: 256 DDR
: : HDD: Ibm Deskstar 40Gb