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USB Hi-Speed ports 'gone' after Suspend wake-up

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July 6, 2004 5:14:01 PM

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I finally got Suspend and Hibernation working on my new system except:

When the system wakes up from a Suspend (S3?) I get a pop up bubble in XP stating that a Hi-Speed device has been connected to a non-Hi-Speed USB port.

I am quite sure this is caused by the multi-card reader I have installed in my system. Normally it is all USB 2.0 Hi-Speed but for some reason the system thinks my ports are USB 1.1 after waking up from Suspend.

As a possible hint to a solution: I didn't set those USB ports to the card reader to be +5VSB using the jumpers on my motherboard. Which I believe means they are not powered with standby +5 volts which allows them to wake up the sleeping system.

Thanks for any hints to a fix
July 7, 2004 12:14:10 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

There is a Windows update that addresses the USB from Suspend mode problem
which may help you with this.
It's a Hotfix.......
"DL" <DL@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:1194164A-8ED3-496F-9336-4403B2E79212@microsoft.com...
> I finally got Suspend and Hibernation working on my new system except:
>
> When the system wakes up from a Suspend (S3?) I get a pop up bubble in XP
stating that a Hi-Speed device has been connected to a non-Hi-Speed USB
port.
>
> I am quite sure this is caused by the multi-card reader I have installed
in my system. Normally it is all USB 2.0 Hi-Speed but for some reason the
system thinks my ports are USB 1.1 after waking up from Suspend.
>
> As a possible hint to a solution: I didn't set those USB ports to the
card reader to be +5VSB using the jumpers on my motherboard. Which I
believe means they are not powered with standby +5 volts which allows them
to wake up the sleeping system.
>
> Thanks for any hints to a fix
!