Re: Help! - USB HC TakeOver failed!
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On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 12:36:52PM -0500, Ralph E Kenyon Jr wrote: > Nobody answered this before. Is this a really tough one? > Can anybody give suggestions? > > I'm brand new to Linux. I have a socket 7 system on which I installed Red > Hat 9, clean and alone, but the installation reports an error in the USB > area. > > I'm getting "USB HC TakeOver failed!" > > A couple of weeks of searching and reading has not gotten me any closer to > understanding what's wrong or how to fix it. >
All else fails, you may want to try and use up2date to update to the current kernel. On the i686 tree, it's version 2.4.20-20.9
>From what I found at google, there was a kernel or module bug in the pre released version you are using that caused this exact problem!
Anyway it's worth a shot. I had good luck letting up2date update the kernel then rebooting. You may want to try it on your system or you may want to investigate further.
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