Re: FireWire affecting USB



Hi Steffani,
Even I have the same problem with my Ipod Mini. I ran the ipod
diagnostics and got the following. Could you pleeeeaaaasssse help if
you have already found a solution to your problem?

Thanks,
Priya
:)

Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
Dell Computer Corporation Inspiron 600m
iTunes 7.0.2.16

iPodService 7.0.2.16 is currently running.
iTunesHelper 7.0.2.16 is currently running.

Current user is an administrator.

Connected Storage Devices:
IDE\DiskFUJITSU_MHV2040AH_______________________00000096, Bus Type
ATA, Bus Address [0,0]

Universal Serial Bus Controllers:
Intel(R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C2, PCI bus 0,
device 29, function 0. Device is working properly.
Intel(R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C4, PCI bus 0,
device 29, function 1. Device is working properly.
Intel(R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C7, PCI bus 0,
device 29, function 2. Device is working properly.
Intel(R) 82801DB/DBM USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller - 24CD, PCI bus
0, device 29, function 7. Device is working properly.

No IEEE 1394 Host Controller found.


The iPod Service Logging Information:
[SERVICE: 0x9E8,09:50:28 INFO] Started C:\Program
Files\iPod\bin\iPodService.exe (Sun Nov 19 09:50:28 2006)
[SERVICE: 0x9E8,09:50:28 INFO] ##### iPodService starting as a
service, version: 7.0.2.16
[SERVICE: 0xA0C,09:50:28 INFO] Got signaled to go ahead... Starting
device manager!
[SERVICE: 0xA90,09:50:28 INFO] Listener Window created
[SERVICE: 0xA90,09:50:36 INFO] [DevNodesChanged]
[SERVICE: 0xA90,09:50:36 INFO] [DevNodesChanged]
[SERVICE: 0xA90,09:50:36 INFO] [DevNodesChanged]
[SERVICE: 0xA90,09:50:36 INFO] [DevNodesChanged]
[SERVICE: 0xA90,09:50:36 INFO] [DevNodesChanged]
[SERVICE: 0xA90,11:18:31 INFO] [DevNodesChanged]
[SERVICE: 0xA90,11:19:45 INFO] [DevNodesChanged]
[SERVICE: 0xA90,11:19:45 INFO] [DevNodesChanged]

"Steffani Sellers" wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am having a problem with my USB mp3 player. I can not add
songs or delete
songs from the mp3 player. I ran the mp3's diagnostic program
and here is a
section of the error that I am receiving:

Connected Storage Devices:
IDEDiskWDC_WD400BB-19JHC0______________________05.01C05, Bus
Type ATA, Bus
Address [0,0]
USBSTORDiskApple___iPod____________2.70, Bus Type USB
USBSTORDiskLEXAR___JUMPDRIVE_SPORT_3000, Bus Type USB
USBSTORDiskLEXAR___JUMPDRIVE_SPORT_3000

Universal Serial Bus Controllers:
VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller, PCI bus 0,
device 16,
function 0. Device is working properly.
VIA USB Enhanced Host Controller, PCI bus 0, device 16,
function 4. Device
is working properly.

No IEEE 1394 Host Controller found.

I am really at a loss here, if I recall correctly from my Data

Communications and Hardware and Operating System classes
correctly, FireWire
and USB are two different devices. My mp3 player is a USB
device, not a
FireWire device. I never had this problem before, which is
why I am confused
and do not know what to do to resolve this issue. I tried to
contact the
manufacturer of my mp3 player, but they are not being very
helpful.

I would like to also point out that I can read and write to my
Lexar jump
drives just fine, without incident. All eight of my USB ports
are working
properly. [They are USB 2.0 ports.]

When I try to locate the IEEE 1394 FireWire device in Device
Manager, they
are not visible and they used to be visible in Device Manager.


My operating system is Microsoft Windows XP Home SP2. Am I
safe to presume
that my problem is both a hardware and software problem, or is
it a hardware
or software issue? And how can I go about to resolve the
issue? I tried to
install the IEEE 1394 drivers, but Windows will not let me,
Windows tells me
that no drivers can be found. [I have administrator rights to
the computer
since I am the only user.]

Thank you for your assistance.

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