USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?

Posted: 01-01-2009, 09:29 PM
Alright... I'm perplexed ! I have a somewhat unique set up that was running
fine up until a few days ago... I use a Microsoft "Enterainment Desktop
7000" keyboard and mouse (bluetooth) along with a Targus USB numeric key pad
(the MS keyboard doesn't have # keys)...

Along with vista loosing it's mind with regard to "sleep mode"... the "5"
key on the key pad seems stuck... ahhh... but it's not... it started with
the system sounding off with the repeated "clicking" noise from the
motherboard speaker... like the old buffer overflow when a keyboard key
would stick... if i click "start" in vista, the # 5 is filling in the "start
search" field... disconnect the key pad and it goes away... plug it back in
and fires right back up again...

Now... I've reinstalled the Nvidia chipset drivers, done a couple system
restores to previous "ok" states, reinstalled the video drivers, tried it at
both the default and overclocked settings below, tried all my USB devices in
different USB ports, did a virus and spyware scan, and tested the key pad on
a different vista 32-bit ultimate machine (it worked perfectly)...

SO... short of doing a clean install of vista (spits on the ground), might
it be a USB controller problem ? Any way of diagnosing that ? Anyway of
configuring the bios to manage voltages, etc. to the controller, etc. ????

I'm perplexed... any ideas would be most welcomed... system specs below...

thanks... m

USB DEVICES: LG DVD-RW DRIVE, Western Digital 750GB External Disk Drive, MS
Bluetooth Receiver (for the keyboard/mouse), MS-VX-6000 CAM, CyberPower
Battery Back-Up

CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
RAM: 4 GB (1GB Sticks) Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
BIOS: P33
GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) Driver Version - 180.48
OC'd with Precision 1.3 to: Core Clock: 605 - Shader Clock: 1350 - Memory
Clock: 1075
CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:

CPU - 3.010 @ 7x - 1.31875V
FSB - 1720 @ 1.4V
SPP - 1.50V
MCP - 1.55V
SPP <> MCP - 1.30V
RAM Linked and Synced @ 860 Mhz @ 2.1V

USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?


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timb
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USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?
Posted: 01-01-2009, 09:29 PM
Alright... I'm perplexed ! I have a somewhat unique set up that was running
fine up until a few days ago... I use a Microsoft "Enterainment Desktop
7000" keyboard and mouse (bluetooth) along with a Targus USB numeric key pad
(the MS keyboard doesn't have # keys)...

Along with vista loosing it's mind with regard to "sleep mode"... the "5"
key on the key pad seems stuck... ahhh... but it's not... it started with
the system sounding off with the repeated "clicking" noise from the
motherboard speaker... like the old buffer overflow when a keyboard key
would stick... if i click "start" in vista, the # 5 is filling in the "start
search" field... disconnect the key pad and it goes away... plug it back in
and fires right back up again...

Now... I've reinstalled the Nvidia chipset drivers, done a couple system
restores to previous "ok" states, reinstalled the video drivers, tried it at
both the default and overclocked settings below, tried all my USB devices in
different USB ports, did a virus and spyware scan, and tested the key pad on
a different vista 32-bit ultimate machine (it worked perfectly)...

SO... short of doing a clean install of vista (spits on the ground), might
it be a USB controller problem ? Any way of diagnosing that ? Anyway of
configuring the bios to manage voltages, etc. to the controller, etc. ????

I'm perplexed... any ideas would be most welcomed... system specs below...

thanks... m

USB DEVICES: LG DVD-RW DRIVE, Western Digital 750GB External Disk Drive, MS
Bluetooth Receiver (for the keyboard/mouse), MS-VX-6000 CAM, CyberPower
Battery Back-Up

CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
RAM: 4 GB (1GB Sticks) Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
BIOS: P33
GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) Driver Version - 180.48
OC'd with Precision 1.3 to: Core Clock: 605 - Shader Clock: 1350 - Memory
Clock: 1075
CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:

CPU - 3.010 @ 7x - 1.31875V
FSB - 1720 @ 1.4V
SPP - 1.50V
MCP - 1.55V
SPP <> MCP - 1.30V
RAM Linked and Synced @ 860 Mhz @ 2.1V

Kerry Brown
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Re: USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?
Posted: 01-01-2009, 09:43 PM
It could be the Bluetooth keyboard. Have you changed the batteries in it
(don't trust the battery status indicator)? Checked it for a sticking key?
Tried a different keyboard?

--
Kerry Brown
MS-MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Systems Administration
http://www.vistahelp.ca/phpBB2/
http://vistahelpca.blogspot.com/



"timb" <mtguy26505@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:uHfzWgFbJHA.4684@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> Alright... I'm perplexed ! I have a somewhat unique set up that was
> running fine up until a few days ago... I use a Microsoft "Enterainment
> Desktop 7000" keyboard and mouse (bluetooth) along with a Targus USB
> numeric key pad (the MS keyboard doesn't have # keys)...
>
> Along with vista loosing it's mind with regard to "sleep mode"... the "5"
> key on the key pad seems stuck... ahhh... but it's not... it started with
> the system sounding off with the repeated "clicking" noise from the
> motherboard speaker... like the old buffer overflow when a keyboard key
> would stick... if i click "start" in vista, the # 5 is filling in the
> "start search" field... disconnect the key pad and it goes away... plug it
> back in and fires right back up again...
>
> Now... I've reinstalled the Nvidia chipset drivers, done a couple system
> restores to previous "ok" states, reinstalled the video drivers, tried it
> at both the default and overclocked settings below, tried all my USB
> devices in different USB ports, did a virus and spyware scan, and tested
> the key pad on a different vista 32-bit ultimate machine (it worked
> perfectly)...
>
> SO... short of doing a clean install of vista (spits on the ground),
> might it be a USB controller problem ? Any way of diagnosing that ?
> Anyway of configuring the bios to manage voltages, etc. to the controller,
> etc. ????
>
> I'm perplexed... any ideas would be most welcomed... system specs
> below...
>
> thanks... m
>
> USB DEVICES: LG DVD-RW DRIVE, Western Digital 750GB External Disk Drive,
> MS Bluetooth Receiver (for the keyboard/mouse), MS-VX-6000 CAM, CyberPower
> Battery Back-Up
>
> CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
> MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
> O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
> RAM: 4 GB (1GB Sticks) Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
> BIOS: P33
> GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) Driver Version - 180.48
> OC'd with Precision 1.3 to: Core Clock: 605 - Shader Clock: 1350 - Memory
> Clock: 1075
> CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:
>
> CPU - 3.010 @ 7x - 1.31875V
> FSB - 1720 @ 1.4V
> SPP - 1.50V
> MCP - 1.55V
> SPP <> MCP - 1.30V
> RAM Linked and Synced @ 860 Mhz @ 2.1V
Kerry Brown
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Re: USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?
Posted: 01-01-2009, 09:43 PM
It could be the Bluetooth keyboard. Have you changed the batteries in it
(don't trust the battery status indicator)? Checked it for a sticking key?
Tried a different keyboard?

--
Kerry Brown
MS-MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Systems Administration
http://www.vistahelp.ca/phpBB2/
http://vistahelpca.blogspot.com/



"timb" <mtguy26505@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:uHfzWgFbJHA.4684@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> Alright... I'm perplexed ! I have a somewhat unique set up that was
> running fine up until a few days ago... I use a Microsoft "Enterainment
> Desktop 7000" keyboard and mouse (bluetooth) along with a Targus USB
> numeric key pad (the MS keyboard doesn't have # keys)...
>
> Along with vista loosing it's mind with regard to "sleep mode"... the "5"
> key on the key pad seems stuck... ahhh... but it's not... it started with
> the system sounding off with the repeated "clicking" noise from the
> motherboard speaker... like the old buffer overflow when a keyboard key
> would stick... if i click "start" in vista, the # 5 is filling in the
> "start search" field... disconnect the key pad and it goes away... plug it
> back in and fires right back up again...
>
> Now... I've reinstalled the Nvidia chipset drivers, done a couple system
> restores to previous "ok" states, reinstalled the video drivers, tried it
> at both the default and overclocked settings below, tried all my USB
> devices in different USB ports, did a virus and spyware scan, and tested
> the key pad on a different vista 32-bit ultimate machine (it worked
> perfectly)...
>
> SO... short of doing a clean install of vista (spits on the ground),
> might it be a USB controller problem ? Any way of diagnosing that ?
> Anyway of configuring the bios to manage voltages, etc. to the controller,
> etc. ????
>
> I'm perplexed... any ideas would be most welcomed... system specs
> below...
>
> thanks... m
>
> USB DEVICES: LG DVD-RW DRIVE, Western Digital 750GB External Disk Drive,
> MS Bluetooth Receiver (for the keyboard/mouse), MS-VX-6000 CAM, CyberPower
> Battery Back-Up
>
> CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
> MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
> O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
> RAM: 4 GB (1GB Sticks) Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
> BIOS: P33
> GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) Driver Version - 180.48
> OC'd with Precision 1.3 to: Core Clock: 605 - Shader Clock: 1350 - Memory
> Clock: 1075
> CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:
>
> CPU - 3.010 @ 7x - 1.31875V
> FSB - 1720 @ 1.4V
> SPP - 1.50V
> MCP - 1.55V
> SPP <> MCP - 1.30V
> RAM Linked and Synced @ 860 Mhz @ 2.1V
Timothy Davis [MSFT]
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Re: USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?
Posted: 01-01-2009, 09:46 PM
Highly doubtful that this is a USB controller problem.

Sounds more like a keypad driver problem. What driver is loaded for this
keypad (version, date, provider)?

What are the hardwareIDs of the Targus keypad?

Start --> run --> devmgmt.msc --> device properties --> details -->
hardwareIDs


"timb" <mtguy26505@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:uHfzWgFbJHA.4684@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> Alright... I'm perplexed ! I have a somewhat unique set up that was
> running fine up until a few days ago... I use a Microsoft "Enterainment
> Desktop 7000" keyboard and mouse (bluetooth) along with a Targus USB
> numeric key pad (the MS keyboard doesn't have # keys)...
>
> Along with vista loosing it's mind with regard to "sleep mode"... the "5"
> key on the key pad seems stuck... ahhh... but it's not... it started with
> the system sounding off with the repeated "clicking" noise from the
> motherboard speaker... like the old buffer overflow when a keyboard key
> would stick... if i click "start" in vista, the # 5 is filling in the
> "start search" field... disconnect the key pad and it goes away... plug it
> back in and fires right back up again...
>
> Now... I've reinstalled the Nvidia chipset drivers, done a couple system
> restores to previous "ok" states, reinstalled the video drivers, tried it
> at both the default and overclocked settings below, tried all my USB
> devices in different USB ports, did a virus and spyware scan, and tested
> the key pad on a different vista 32-bit ultimate machine (it worked
> perfectly)...
>
> SO... short of doing a clean install of vista (spits on the ground),
> might it be a USB controller problem ? Any way of diagnosing that ?
> Anyway of configuring the bios to manage voltages, etc. to the controller,
> etc. ????
>
> I'm perplexed... any ideas would be most welcomed... system specs
> below...
>
> thanks... m
>
> USB DEVICES: LG DVD-RW DRIVE, Western Digital 750GB External Disk Drive,
> MS Bluetooth Receiver (for the keyboard/mouse), MS-VX-6000 CAM, CyberPower
> Battery Back-Up
>
> CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
> MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
> O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
> RAM: 4 GB (1GB Sticks) Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
> BIOS: P33
> GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) Driver Version - 180.48
> OC'd with Precision 1.3 to: Core Clock: 605 - Shader Clock: 1350 - Memory
> Clock: 1075
> CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:
>
> CPU - 3.010 @ 7x - 1.31875V
> FSB - 1720 @ 1.4V
> SPP - 1.50V
> MCP - 1.55V
> SPP <> MCP - 1.30V
> RAM Linked and Synced @ 860 Mhz @ 2.1V
Timothy Davis [MSFT]
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Re: USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?
Posted: 01-01-2009, 09:46 PM
Highly doubtful that this is a USB controller problem.

Sounds more like a keypad driver problem. What driver is loaded for this
keypad (version, date, provider)?

What are the hardwareIDs of the Targus keypad?

Start --> run --> devmgmt.msc --> device properties --> details -->
hardwareIDs


"timb" <mtguy26505@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:uHfzWgFbJHA.4684@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> Alright... I'm perplexed ! I have a somewhat unique set up that was
> running fine up until a few days ago... I use a Microsoft "Enterainment
> Desktop 7000" keyboard and mouse (bluetooth) along with a Targus USB
> numeric key pad (the MS keyboard doesn't have # keys)...
>
> Along with vista loosing it's mind with regard to "sleep mode"... the "5"
> key on the key pad seems stuck... ahhh... but it's not... it started with
> the system sounding off with the repeated "clicking" noise from the
> motherboard speaker... like the old buffer overflow when a keyboard key
> would stick... if i click "start" in vista, the # 5 is filling in the
> "start search" field... disconnect the key pad and it goes away... plug it
> back in and fires right back up again...
>
> Now... I've reinstalled the Nvidia chipset drivers, done a couple system
> restores to previous "ok" states, reinstalled the video drivers, tried it
> at both the default and overclocked settings below, tried all my USB
> devices in different USB ports, did a virus and spyware scan, and tested
> the key pad on a different vista 32-bit ultimate machine (it worked
> perfectly)...
>
> SO... short of doing a clean install of vista (spits on the ground),
> might it be a USB controller problem ? Any way of diagnosing that ?
> Anyway of configuring the bios to manage voltages, etc. to the controller,
> etc. ????
>
> I'm perplexed... any ideas would be most welcomed... system specs
> below...
>
> thanks... m
>
> USB DEVICES: LG DVD-RW DRIVE, Western Digital 750GB External Disk Drive,
> MS Bluetooth Receiver (for the keyboard/mouse), MS-VX-6000 CAM, CyberPower
> Battery Back-Up
>
> CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
> MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
> O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
> RAM: 4 GB (1GB Sticks) Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
> BIOS: P33
> GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) Driver Version - 180.48
> OC'd with Precision 1.3 to: Core Clock: 605 - Shader Clock: 1350 - Memory
> Clock: 1075
> CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:
>
> CPU - 3.010 @ 7x - 1.31875V
> FSB - 1720 @ 1.4V
> SPP - 1.50V
> MCP - 1.55V
> SPP <> MCP - 1.30V
> RAM Linked and Synced @ 860 Mhz @ 2.1V
RalfG
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Re: USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?
Posted: 01-01-2009, 11:10 PM
The 5 key doesn't have to be physically stuck down to be "stuck". Depends
on how the keyboard is constructed. The membrane below the key could be
deformed, someone could have spilled liquid on it at some point, etc..

"timb" <mtguy26505@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:uHfzWgFbJHA.4684@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> Alright... I'm perplexed ! I have a somewhat unique set up that was
> running fine up until a few days ago... I use a Microsoft "Enterainment
> Desktop 7000" keyboard and mouse (bluetooth) along with a Targus USB
> numeric key pad (the MS keyboard doesn't have # keys)...
>
> Along with vista loosing it's mind with regard to "sleep mode"... the "5"
> key on the key pad seems stuck... ahhh... but it's not... it started with
> the system sounding off with the repeated "clicking" noise from the
> motherboard speaker... like the old buffer overflow when a keyboard key
> would stick... if i click "start" in vista, the # 5 is filling in the
> "start search" field... disconnect the key pad and it goes away... plug it
> back in and fires right back up again...
>
> Now... I've reinstalled the Nvidia chipset drivers, done a couple system
> restores to previous "ok" states, reinstalled the video drivers, tried it
> at both the default and overclocked settings below, tried all my USB
> devices in different USB ports, did a virus and spyware scan, and tested
> the key pad on a different vista 32-bit ultimate machine (it worked
> perfectly)...
>
> SO... short of doing a clean install of vista (spits on the ground),
> might it be a USB controller problem ? Any way of diagnosing that ?
> Anyway of configuring the bios to manage voltages, etc. to the controller,
> etc. ????
>
> I'm perplexed... any ideas would be most welcomed... system specs
> below...
>
> thanks... m
>
> USB DEVICES: LG DVD-RW DRIVE, Western Digital 750GB External Disk Drive,
> MS Bluetooth Receiver (for the keyboard/mouse), MS-VX-6000 CAM, CyberPower
> Battery Back-Up
>
> CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
> MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
> O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
> RAM: 4 GB (1GB Sticks) Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
> BIOS: P33
> GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) Driver Version - 180.48
> OC'd with Precision 1.3 to: Core Clock: 605 - Shader Clock: 1350 - Memory
> Clock: 1075
> CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:
>
> CPU - 3.010 @ 7x - 1.31875V
> FSB - 1720 @ 1.4V
> SPP - 1.50V
> MCP - 1.55V
> SPP <> MCP - 1.30V
> RAM Linked and Synced @ 860 Mhz @ 2.1V
timb
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Re: USB Meltdown or is it just Vista ?
Posted: 01-01-2009, 11:36 PM
Thanks everyone... I'll try and answer all the questions in this reply...

The drivers are standard Microsoft 6.0.6001.1800 6/21/2006...there were no
Targus drivers
The hardware ID's are:

HID\VID_05A4&PID_9862&REV_0110&MI_00
HID\VID_05A4&PID_9862&MI_00
HID_DEVICE_SYSTEM_KEYBOARD
HID_DEVICE_UP:0001_U:0006
HID_DEVICE

I did change the batteries in the bluetooth keyboard, tried it on another
machine (OK), re-installed it's drivers (MS too), tried a non-wireless
keyboard and mouse(no problems), checked for sticking keys on the keyboard,
pulled the # 5 key off the key pad and cleaned it out... and there hasn't
been any "spills" and nothings sticking when it (the keypad) was tested on
another machine...

Keep thinkin... and again thanks and HNY !

"RalfG" <itsnotme@ladeda.deda> wrote in message
news:6DDF6D43-01D5-471B-9A5F-E9A29576CB76@microsoft.com...
> The 5 key doesn't have to be physically stuck down to be "stuck". Depends
> on how the keyboard is constructed. The membrane below the key could be
> deformed, someone could have spilled liquid on it at some point, etc..
>
> "timb" <mtguy26505@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:uHfzWgFbJHA.4684@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
>> Alright... I'm perplexed ! I have a somewhat unique set up that was
>> running fine up until a few days ago... I use a Microsoft "Enterainment
>> Desktop 7000" keyboard and mouse (bluetooth) along with a Targus USB
>> numeric key pad (the MS keyboard doesn't have # keys)...
>>
>> Along with vista loosing it's mind with regard to "sleep mode"... the "5"
>> key on the key pad seems stuck... ahhh... but it's not... it started with
>> the system sounding off with the repeated "clicking" noise from the
>> motherboard speaker... like the old buffer overflow when a keyboard key
>> would stick... if i click "start" in vista, the # 5 is filling in the
>> "start search" field... disconnect the key pad and it goes away... plug
>> it back in and fires right back up again...
>>
>> Now... I've reinstalled the Nvidia chipset drivers, done a couple system
>> restores to previous "ok" states, reinstalled the video drivers, tried it
>> at both the default and overclocked settings below, tried all my USB
>> devices in different USB ports, did a virus and spyware scan, and tested
>> the key pad on a different vista 32-bit ultimate machine (it worked
>> perfectly)...
>>
>> SO... short of doing a clean install of vista (spits on the ground),
>> might it be a USB controller problem ? Any way of diagnosing that ?
>> Anyway of configuring the bios to manage voltages, etc. to the
>> controller, etc. ????
>>
>> I'm perplexed... any ideas would be most welcomed... system specs
>> below...
>>
>> thanks... m
>>
>> USB DEVICES: LG DVD-RW DRIVE, Western Digital 750GB External Disk Drive,
>> MS Bluetooth Receiver (for the keyboard/mouse), MS-VX-6000 CAM,
>> CyberPower Battery Back-Up
>>
>> CPU: QuadCore Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700
>> MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NF680i - 122-CK-NF68-A1
>> O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate - 32 bit - SP1
>> RAM: 4 GB (1GB Sticks) Corsair XMS2 CM2X1024-6400C4 @ 4-4-4-12-2T
>> BIOS: P33
>> GPU: EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX (768 MB) Driver Version - 180.48
>> OC'd with Precision 1.3 to: Core Clock: 605 - Shader Clock: 1350 - Memory
>> Clock: 1075
>> CLOCKS AND VOLTAGES:
>>
>> CPU - 3.010 @ 7x - 1.31875V
>> FSB - 1720 @ 1.4V
>> SPP - 1.50V
>> MCP - 1.55V
>> SPP <> MCP - 1.30V
>> RAM Linked and Synced @ 860 Mhz @ 2.1V
>
 
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