Before I installed RedHat 7.3 Linux I was running Win2000.
Drive 1, = 30gb with Win2000 installed.
Drive 2, = 120gb with NTFS partition.. just documents + mp3 files on here.
This worked fine. Usb was never had problems. Then last night I decided to install Redhat on spare drive I had lying around.
Drive 3, = 40gb with Red Hat Linux 7.3
Installed RH7 and it worked fine. Then I connected drive 2 to drive 3.. so I could play my mp3s through RH7.
After that I removed drive 3 (RH7) and put my drive 1 (win2000) back in. So I only ever run two hard drives. It booted into win2000 fine (all drives detected).. BUT my USB has gone missing (no usb mouse, no digital camera, etc). I tried deleting the usb root hub + drivers from hardware wizard and it still wouldn't pick them up again.
So my question is. What have I done to kill USB in windows2000?? And how do I fix it.