Originally Posted by dc-k
no problem, last stab, have you tried the following:
disabling and re enabling the usb ports through control panel device manager? Sometimes that does the trick
checking you have the latest usb drivers for your system?
I had a brief problem with my spdif and StanD made some very helpful suggestions here http://www.head-fi.org/t/661444/schiit-bifrost-uber-analog-upgrade/615#post_10262758 which sorted it out for me, so it may be worth having a go...
Already given that a go, but thank you. If there's a a windows based solution I've probably tried it, I'm a fairly advanced computer expert. That's why I ended up postign asking about it, i've done all the normal things to try.
It could be the physical port having issues, the motherboard on this laptop is getting old and glitchy. It wouldn't be the first component to go a bit funny. I just wanted to find out first if anyone else has had a problem to make sure it isn't something else first.
That said, it only effectiing one device would e very wierd
Edited by yblad - 2/23/14 at 3:51am