USB Root Hub Code 10 - One hub only

Running Windows XP SP3
In device manager I have one USB Root Hub that is yellow flagged and it shows Code 10 in properties
But the driver is the same on all the USB Root Hubs
Also I am getting a BSOD during close down, (8E) but I don't know if it's related
Otherwise the computer seems to be running without problems
I would like to fix these but I  have no idea what it is.
Any help will be appreciated.
richardbcAsked:
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nobusConnect With a Mentor Commented:
don't zip it, just attach as file
it points to :  IMAGE_NAME:  AppleCharger.sys
so uninstall this software and test ; you can reinstall it later again
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wantabe2Commented:
If you have installed any drivers/software to make a gaming device work with Windows such as DS3, PS2, etc, this is probably your problem. Just uninstall the software or update it & it should solve you problem...maybe have libusb-win32 in add/remove programs?
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richardbcAuthor Commented:
No I have not installed anything like this except Itunes.
There is no libusb anything in Add/Remove Programs
Thanks anyway
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nobusCommented:
you can uninstall all USB entries from device manager - then reboot ; they install automatic
click on the + sign in front of USB right click an entry, and select uninstall

however - if the usb chip was overloaded (too many usb devices) that cannot be repaired with a driver - you need to install a PCI to usb adapter card, if you want to add USB ports
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richardbcAuthor Commented:
I have only 2 USB devices
I have uninstalled all USB Root hubs and let them reinstall
The last one still has the error
THe only USB hubs are the ones on the motherboard so I do not know how this can be my fault
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nobusCommented:
>>  The last one still has the error  <<  then one root hub is bad - and YES it can be your fault :
an usb port delivers MAX 5V at 0.5 A = 2.5 W
so if you connect different usb devices, you can easily overload the chip, and burn it out -  eg by connecting disk drives, chargers etc WITHOUT a separate power supply
that's why i ALWAYS recommend a POWERED USB hub for connecting disks that dn't have one : http://www.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=158910

**a last chance is reinstalling or updating the chipset driver for your mobo
 
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richardbcAuthor Commented:
That is possible as I may have plugged something into it.
I now have powered ports :) - maybe too late for that port :(.
It therefore would appear the BSOD is not related.
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nobusCommented:
if you want to know, post the minidump here -attach as file
find it in windows\minidumps
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richardbcAuthor Commented:
Thanks I will but the minidump was not set - so I will do it tomorrow as it now is set.
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nobusCommented:
ok - i'll see it
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