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Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)



 
 
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Old December 2nd 07, 09:13 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)


hey i am using a HP notebook .... and i have nvidia , not AIT so wat
should i do ? how to fix this problem ?

anyone having HP notebook and has solved the problem ?

pls help me out


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Old December 3rd 07, 02:43 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
akagiredsun1
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Default Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)

Please read through the entire thread. Did you attempt this post (see bottom)?

Note: Disable all the offending USB drivers before starting this uninstall.

"LG" Wrote:
Vista users: Don’t install “ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver”
.... (edited for brevity)
The fix for this problem is easy. Go to Device Manager, open the “System
devices” node, then right click and Uninstall the “3GIO Filter Driver”. Make
sure you click the “Delete the driver from your system” checkbox. Then it’s
just a matter of enjoying the fantastic fireworks of failing drivers. After a
few restarts the correct drivers should be back in use.

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Old December 4th 07, 04:42 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
AlKolkin[_2_]
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Default Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)

On Dec 2, 10:43 pm, akagiredsun1
wrote:
Please read through the entire thread. Did you attempt this post (see bottom)?

Note: Disable all the offending USB drivers before starting this uninstall.

"LG" Wrote:
Vista users: Don't install "ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver"
... (edited for brevity)
The fix for this problem is easy. Go to Device Manager, open the "System
devices" node, then right click and Uninstall the "3GIO Filter Driver". Make
sure you click the "Delete the driver from your system" checkbox. Then it's
just a matter of enjoying the fantastic fireworks of failing drivers. After a
few restarts the correct drivers should be back in use.


Well, here is my story in a nutshell.
I followed all the thread and uninstalled ATI PCI Express Filter
(3GIO) I did not understand why that was on my system and neither did
Microsoft!, I uninstalled the USB Microsoft update, and tried the USB
Hotfix suggested on the Microsoft website..
Nothing fixed the problem.
I got on the horn to Microsoft and as a consequence I:
Upgraded in-place - no change (though my system runs faster)
Installed the latest chip set for my 680i motherboard - no change.
Microsoft has escalated this up to the third level.
I will let you know when someone in Microsoft fixes it.
As far as I can see, it is related to the Nvidia motherboards.
Microsoft says they have been getting a lot of calls about this
problem.
All of you should also call and the call is free because it is related
to Windows Update.
The more information they have about this, the better.
believe it or not, the tech support people have not been reading this
URL!
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Old December 7th 07, 12:55 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
AlKolkin[_2_]
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Default Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12) Problem solved inSP1

On Dec 4, 12:42 pm, AlKolkin wrote:
On Dec 2, 10:43 pm, akagiredsun1

wrote:
Please read through the entire thread. Did you attempt this post (see bottom)?


Note: Disable all the offending USB drivers before starting this uninstall.


"LG" Wrote:
Vista users: Don't install "ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver"
... (edited for brevity)
The fix for this problem is easy. Go to Device Manager, open the "System
devices" node, then right click and Uninstall the "3GIO Filter Driver". Make
sure you click the "Delete the driver from your system" checkbox. Then it's
just a matter of enjoying the fantastic fireworks of failing drivers. After a
few restarts the correct drivers should be back in use.


Well, here is my story in a nutshell.
I followed all the thread and uninstalled ATI PCI Express Filter
(3GIO) I did not understand why that was on my system and neither did
Microsoft!, I uninstalled the USB Microsoft update, and tried the USB
Hotfix suggested on the Microsoft website..
Nothing fixed the problem.
I got on the horn to Microsoft and as a consequence I:
Upgraded in-place - no change (though my system runs faster)
Installed the latest chip set for my 680i motherboard - no change.
Microsoft has escalated this up to the third level.
I will let you know when someone in Microsoft fixes it.
As far as I can see, it is related to the Nvidia motherboards.
Microsoft says they have been getting a lot of calls about this
problem.
All of you should also call and the call is free because it is related
to Windows Update.
The more information they have about this, the better.
believe it or not, the tech support people have not been reading this
URL!


I placed a call to Microsoft and after the third escalation, we still
could not find the cause. They were again escalating this to a 4th
tier specialist. In the meantime, the Vista SP! RC1 came out that I
installed. The new Standard OpenHCD USB driver version is
6.0.6001.17052. For those who are having trouble with this, just wait
to get the upgrade or if you are a Technet subscriber, it is available
for download. Clearly, there are problems and issues with the older
version, which caused it to have conflicts for resources.

I have not fully tested the RC1 update fully yet, but so far there are
many things working better and faster, despite what some of the
previous blogs have said about no improved performance.

Good luck to you all.
Al Kolkin

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Old December 15th 07, 08:44 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)

On Nov 26, 2:26 pm, LG wrote:
Vista users: Don't install "ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver"
November 15th, 2007
Enjoy using your computer? Then don't install the optional Vista update "ATI
PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver" unless you are certain you own that
particular piece of ATI hardware.
I foolishly installed this bomb of an update, and upon restarting my
computer I found that my network card, sound card, and video card had all
failed.
The fix for this problem is easy. Go to Device Manager, open the "System
devices" node, then right click and Uninstall the "3GIO Filter Driver". Make
sure you click the "Delete the driver from your system" checkbox. Then it's
just a matter of enjoying the fantastic fireworks of failing drivers. After a
few restarts the correct drivers should be back in use.
I found no useful information online, so here's the info that Windows Update
provides
Information found athttp://wyday.com/blog/2007/dont-install-ati-pic-e-3gio/



"akagiredsun1" wrote:
I'm suddenly having USB device issues, and upon closer examination, my
OpenHCD USB controller is now giving me a Code 12 (This device cannot find
enough free resources that it can use.)


The only major updates I've had recently was the last Windows Update. I've
tried removing the offender, and all my USB controllers and reinstalling
them, but it comes back with the same error.


I have the following as USB Controllers:
- Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller
- Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)
- USB Mass Storage Device
- USB Root Hub


Any suggestions on how I can take care of this?- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


OMG.. thank you!!! This totally worked.
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Old December 16th 07, 03:04 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
dmex[_8_]
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Default Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)


OpenHCD was part of two USB-Core updates to vista some months ago via
Windows Update, either removing them both or re-installing your OEM
supplied USB drivers should correct the problems.


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Old December 30th 07, 02:49 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)

On Dec 15, 11:04 pm, dmex wrote:
OpenHCD was part of two USB-Core updates to vista some months ago via
Windows Update, either removing them both or re-installing your OEM
supplied USB drivers should correct the problems.

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dmex


================================================== ======
================================================== ======

[quote]
The fix for this problem is easy. Go to Device Manager, open the
"System
devices" node, then right click and Uninstall the "3GIO Filter
Driver". Make
sure you click the "Delete the driver from your system" checkbox. Then
it's
just a matter of enjoying the fantastic fireworks of failing drivers.
After a
few restarts the correct drivers should be back in use. [END QUOTE]

======================================

I freaking love you man, this fixed my problem totally!!!!!
I had the same LAME support from HP recently , and was told to
recover the system to a date before the problem.

THANK GOD I didn't take thier advice on that one!!!

I had almost given up on this recent issue and said the heck with
it,
HATS OFF, YOU RULE!!

TOTALLY FIXED THE PROBLEM!!

---Chuck
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Old February 2nd 08, 04:43 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
rcd43chad
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Default Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)



"LG" wrote:

Vista users: Don’t install “ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver”
November 15th, 2007
Enjoy using your computer? Then don’t install the optional Vista update “ATI
PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver” unless you are certain you own that
particular piece of ATI hardware.
I foolishly installed this bomb of an update, and upon restarting my
computer I found that my network card, sound card, and video card had all
failed.
The fix for this problem is easy. Go to Device Manager, open the “System
devices” node, then right click and Uninstall the “3GIO Filter Driver”. Make
sure you click the “Delete the driver from your system” checkbox. Then it’s
just a matter of enjoying the fantastic fireworks of failing drivers. After a
few restarts the correct drivers should be back in use.
I found no useful information online, so here’s the info that Windows Update
provides
Information found at http://wyday.com/blog/2007/dont-install-ati-pic-e-3gio/


"akagiredsun1" wrote:

I'm suddenly having USB device issues, and upon closer examination, my
OpenHCD USB controller is now giving me a Code 12 (This device cannot find
enough free resources that it can use.)

The only major updates I've had recently was the last Windows Update. I've
tried removing the offender, and all my USB controllers and reinstalling
them, but it comes back with the same error.

I have the following as USB Controllers:
- Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller
- Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (Code 12)
- USB Mass Storage Device
- USB Root Hub

Any suggestions on how I can take care of this?

 




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