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Old 12-05-2004, 22:52   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ElaBa
i think software problem
you must install service pack2
and check usb 2.0 drivers
On what exactly do you base this information??
How will Service Pack 2 affect the voltage being drawn on a USB line? What have USB2 drivers got to do with it?


Do you have any other devices plugged into your USBs ports at all, or just Twister? If you have tried it on a different PC, was that PC a totally different sort (ie different motherboard) or the same?
It's possible you have too many devices plugged in already, which will cause the problem you've got, your USB ports aren't able to generate enough voltage or there might be a problem with your Twister box.

If you're able to get your hands on a powered USB hub (they're usually pretty cheap) then try plugging your Twister into that, it might help. Otherwise if you keep getting the problem I would return the unit to your reseller.
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