Right-click on any listing that displays.
It's listed as Port b 0006 (see attached).
Peripherals such as mice and keyboards do not seem to be a problem.
When connecting a USB daemon tools full version device that draws power from the USB bus, a very brief over current condition is sometimes detected by the OS, and the warning message is displayed.I'm not sure how to fix that (rename maybe?).Thank you in advance for taking the time to read my post and any useful suggestions you may have.The issue must be in the keyboard driver.Somehow, Mac OS driver (or whatever) supplies power to this keyboard the generic Microsoft driver does not.
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If this is correct why would a port on the keyboard port that accepts 500mA crash?
This laptop is running Windows 7 and OS has been updated with patches.I checked the bios for a setting to reconfigure the USB.0 ports to function as USB.0 ports.I uninstalled each of these, one by one, and the issue remains.Attached Thumbnails Attached Images My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom built 2011 OS Windows 7 64-bit CPU Intel Core i5-2500K 3300 Mhz Motherboard Gigabyte P67A-UD3-B3 Memory 16Gb Patriot PC Mhz Graphics Card evga GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) Sound Card.I do not know what a MAC supplies.However, HP has a limited function bios on these machines, so I was not able to adjust the USB.0 function to allow Windows to use the native ehci driver.Recently I've started having this USB power issue pop up on random computers.In case the answer did not answer your question, you can always visit the WD Community for help from WD users.We use PC's and Mac's in our environment and this is the only PC, so far, that's giving us the message.