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    how to enable and disable the USB without using external software? Is there any options in Windows registry? and also to know to set password to USB port? When a USB device connected to the system how to prompt password?

    Ragavancool35 pointsBadges:
  • How to block USB drives for the users in windows 2003

    I want to block all USB related device access permission to my users. So how can I define the group policy for this.

    Chisuresh0 pointsBadges:
  • USB port-camera not recognized

    I used to get a screen that asked if I want to import pictures when I connected my camera to the USB port. I installed PHOTOfunSTUDIO 8.2 PE that came with my new camera and now the USB port does not recognize my old digital camera and ask if I want to import pictures. I uninstalled the...

    mcdonaldmargaret20005 pointsBadges:
  • Quicken Medical backup in MEM file

    When backing up Quicken Medical on E://store'n go USB, I am unable to retrieve the copy into Wordperfect X5, notepad or word. How do I store and/or how to retrieve??

    q55 pointsBadges:
  • USB wireless adaptor as input source to router

    I have a USB wireless adapter. I wanted to use it as an ISP input source to a wireless router. This so all my wireless devices can connect to and share internet connection. Have been searching article on this but not much on this topic. Can this be done?

    tran126715 pointsBadges:
  • Driver required for Dlink Dub-E100 USB-Ethernet on Windows 7

    Hi, I am using Win7. The USB-Ethernet adapter of Dlink 'DUB-E100' shown here. The msdn website says, no need to install driver but Windows 7 doesn't detect automatically. The CD and its website doesn't provide driver for Vista and Win7. I tried doing it in 'compatibility mode' and 'adding a legacy...

    Ubuntuv40 pointsBadges:
  • Watch videos stored on my computer on my TV

    Hi, I hope I'm in the right place. I'm looking for some piece of equipment that would allow me to watch videos stored on my computer on my TV. I have an NBOX, but it died last night. With my NBOX, I needed to copy the files onto a USB key. I'm hoping to save a step and find something that would...

    fradjoh5 pointsBadges:
  • USB NAK timeout

    The USB NAK timeout in Windows is set to 5000ms by default. How can I change this to 10,000ms (10sec)?

    techman250 pointsBadges:
  • Who has the driver for 4G USB Modem to compatible with IPV 6?

    Hi guys, i am looking for the driver for 4G USB modem to compatible with IPV6, because my customer bought our 4G USB Modem but found it can't be compatible with IPV 6. i'm worry about this issue because i'm sales, not the technician expert, anybody who can help me would be high appreciated. Note:...

    321045610 pointsBadges:
  • USB stick problem

    My USB stick is not recognized from PC anymore. I want to save the videos in the stick. How can I do that. Please help me very important.

    ioanna558210 pointsBadges:
  • How can I replace my driver files?

    My old desktop computer hasn't had a driver update in years and cannot recognize my mouse or USB wireless adapter. My keyboard which I used on it long ago still works. I'm trying to transfer drivers from my laptop to my desktop using a CD (because my desktop cannot even recognize flash drives and...

    Insecure508260 pointsBadges:
  • how to boot

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    Vvschary00635 pointsBadges:
  • Recover lost data from damaged USB Pen drive on SuSE or Red Hat Linux

    Can any one help me to recover my damaged data from USB Flash Drive ! I heard it is possible in Linux OS without using 3rd party software ! But How will it possible? Is there any command or shell script what is it ? Please provide me step by step guide.

    Subhendu Sen29,210 pointsBadges:
  • Disable saving files locally but okay to save into USB

    Not sure if this apply to registry or GPO or to both but I would like to lock anyone from saving file/s locally but okay to save file/s to USB external storage. Thanks

    Scvlibrarian5 pointsBadges:
  • USB Device Problems

    Can someone please explain to me, from a developers point of view, how a device is recognized when connected via USB?  Is the o/s constantly scanning or does the device provide some sort of output to tell the port that its active?

    LinuxCiscoman860 pointsBadges:
  • USB Smartbro MF190

    problem error: A connection to the remote computer could not be established, so the port used for this connection was closed. For further assistance, click More Info or search Help and Support Center for this error number.

    HollicorpincIT5 pointsBadges:
  • Usb adapter for legacy laptop?

    I have an older laptop with no usb ports. Is there an adapter that will extend any standard port (printer or comm) out to a USB port configuration. Princably to use a flash drive with a USB style connection on this older computer without a usb port.

    Rickgrea15 pointsBadges:
  • Strange USB behaviour

    My PCs been acting strangely for a while now. The issue is that when I plug in an iPod it appears in nautilus/windows explorer and iTunes for a few seconds and then disappears as if ejected. This behaviour also exhibits itself sometimes when there is 'noise' in the mains. When I say noise, I refer...

    Mr786976320 pointsBadges:
  • APC UPS for supporting multiple machines

    We have an APC UPS that can shut down a server using USB or serial. Can we do this over ethernet to a switch? We want one device to support multiple machines.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to add a 2.0 USB port in the Blade Server?

    What is the best and fastest way to back up the Blade Server?

    Handling12325 pointsBadges:

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