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Interested in any software title or titles which test USB ports

Posted on 2004-09-24
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Hi Everyone:

        While this particular question ties in with my previous post, it is nevertheless an independent question.  Basically, I am interested in any program or programs which test USB ports of a pc and USB hub.

        Any thoughts or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.  

        Thank you
 
        George
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by:philby11
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Hi again George,
try this package, there is a demo download on this link.

http://www.hhdsoftware.com/usbmon.html

For a hardware solution try here
http://www.uxd.com/qtusb.shtml
Cheers
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by:ranganathan_gp
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gmartin,

this question related to ur epson printer problem,iam correct,

u have try any camcorder(manufacturer can given device driver s/w) or any video device support with usb port,u find out what error it is,its to be in usb port r something else,

tell me ,u done my suggestion regarding to ur priter problem...

If u have not any usb port device get it from ur friends r else....

ok,all the best

nathan.P
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by:GMartin
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Hi Everyone:

        Thanks for the responses.  After looking everything over, I will go along with the link provided by sunray 2003.  While the total port kit is a bit pricey, I believe the loop back connectors used in conjunction with the software, BurnIn Test Professional, will be more what I have in mind.  Interestingly, I noticed the USB 2.0 Loop Back Connector is backward compatiable with USB 1.1 and USB 1.0 technologies.  In addition, the company Passmark.com also offers loop back connectors for parallel and serial ports as well.  

         Thanks again for the help.

         George
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