Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by xscess, Jan 19, 2014.
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Reinstall Chipset Drivers?
Thanks for the reply. Thought of this but HP didn't have any chipset drivers for this dekstop for Windows 7/8.0/8.1. But now I've found it from Intel's site... 5520/x58 chipset drivers for Windows 7. Lets see how this goes.
Install chipset drivers from intel website, and check for firmware updates from hp.
Perhaps its the power management / selective suspension disconnecting usb stuff?
Why don't you try a program like, Advanced System Optimizer.
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But specially, Driver Updater (New) update out dated and required drivers.
Now i don't know if i can post this here, if not mod just remove the link and then write to me in private, i will give you the link.
Download from here.
Thanks everyone for the replies.
It seemed that after installing the chipset drivers from Intel, the problem was gone but alas, it's back again. It didn't return for 8+ hours. Have restarted the PC many times. After every restart it will work right away. But just as I described earlier, it will work for any amount of single video or in case of audio, any amount of online radio... But the moment I stop radio or video viewing, sound device(USB headset) or TV tuner(again USB) will disappear.
Now I'm not even getting that "Event 219: Kenel-PnP" error in event viewer (as I described in original post).
Any ideas what to look for ??
HP do not have no drivers or firmware available on it's site. The drivers i installed were from Intel.
Since this is a desktop, it's set to never go to sleep/suspend/shut down ever.
HP do not have any drivers for chipset and i did reinstall from Intel (chipset manufacturer) already, so I don't understand where this program gonna get "new" drivers.
I had the same issue with an AMD chipset based motherboard. My only solution was to plug my devices into the USB 3.0 ports. Problem solved.
In my case, the PC doesn't have any USB 3.0 ports.
Can vouch for this too. I have 3 different AMD machines, and all have some power-saving shut off thing on the USB 2.0 ports for whatever reason (I disabled USB Suspend from Power Settings, but leave it to Windows to ignore its own setting). My Wacom tablet wouldn't work properly if it suspended until I hotplug it. No setting in BIOS helped the USB suspending problem, and the problem is only tied to 8.1 (don't recall it happening in 8; I know it doesn't happen in Linux nor Windows 7). Drivers don't help either.
The USB 3.0 ports work fine (don't suspend).
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I don't think this is a suspend issue, a hardware issue or driver issue. IMO, it is a Windows issue, which first appeared with Windows 8. I first noticed the issue when under heavy load, my USB wireless adapter would stop and take out every other USB device along with it. Thinking the wireless adapter was at fault, I purchased another (different hardware altogether). The issue remained. Since nothing ever appeared in Windows events, and the fact that there was never a BSOD, I was unable to diagnose the issue. I only was able to read similar anecdotes on the interwebs.
Yep, it sounds disabling USB selective suspend in power settings didn't help. As the issue is back again, and no error in event viewer or no drivers issues in device manager either.
I'm running out of idea on where and what to look for
I have a problem like this as well. I am not back on Windows 7. As I suspected, Ive been building static electricity and sometimes that causes a temporary disturbance in my usb devices.
You need to stop the Balloon Sex.
my only fix was to replace my Sata drivers to stop my USB3 drives from sleeping and disconnecting constantly, they still do from time to time though. But indeed there is a disturbance in the fARCe with Win8.x and USB3 externals, not just HDD's but keyboard/mouse have issues too.
As i have described earlier, this desktop PC doesn't even have USB 3.0 ports...
I understand, even so it has "helped" not cured some usb issues. My mistake was not sharing USB2 drives also have the issue, but far more rare than the usb3 - Keyboard/mouse although separate issue possibly - are usb2.
Cannot hurt to try if you haven't already, try new sata, no go.. roll back to previous its painless and quick test to see if it helps?
I'm sorry but I didn't get what you saying here, could you elaborate please...