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  1.    22 Jan 2016 #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by asdfjkljkl5 View Post
    Likewise, I remembered that video on youtube detailing how to increase the power to the apple keyboard. I found the video re-uploaded here: Apple Keyboard Hack - Fully-powered USB ports on a PC! - Video Dailymotion
    Outstanding find asdfjkljkl5!!!

    The Windows 10 registry is a little different when changing permissions but in the end it works perfectly as the video describes. Owner tab in WINDOWS 10 is NOT included as one of 4 tabs as in WINDOWS 7. It is located ABOVE the 3 tabs. Select Change to edit. I typed in Everyone in the search field & then was able to check Include inheritable permissions from this object's parent.

    I tried this & it WORKS!

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  2.    22 Jan 2016 #12
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  3.    26 Jun 2016 #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by GARoss View Post
    Outstanding find asdfjkljkl5!!!

    The Windows 10 registry is a little different when changing permissions but in the end it works perfectly as the video describes. Owner tab in WINDOWS 10 is NOT included as one of 4 tabs as in WINDOWS 7. It is located ABOVE the 3 tabs. Select Change to edit. I typed in Everyone in the search field & then was able to check Include inheritable permissions from this object's parent.

    I tried this & it WORKS!

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    i've been trying this for a while but i cant find the 00000000 folder anywhere in my regeditor, im on windows 10 x64 (bootcamp), an theres only 3 folders above the one wherer i found the entry i pasted.
    Any tips?
    Man,
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  4.    23 Aug 2016 #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by spapakons View Post
    I tried to replace all Intel specific USB drivers with the generic Standard Universal PCI to USB Host controller (Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host controller for the USB 2.0) and it seemed to work. I hope it wasn't just a coincidence. I'll try to plug my hard disk several times to confirm it and post again. Probably the standard driver has better power management than the Intel driver. Who knows?
    Where can I download this driver? And how can I install it?
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  5.    23 Aug 2016 #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by lmarback View Post
    Where can I download this driver? And how can I install it?
    First of all I confirm that in my case only the generic Standard USB drivers work. Intel drivers fail to properly detect any device plugged ("unknown USB device" error), except perhaps a USB mouse! To do that right-click on a USB device (not the USB Root Hub devices, the controller devices) and select "Properties". Then select "Update driver software". Select the last option, then again the last option. You should see a list of compatible devices. The last in the list should be the generic "Standard PCI to USB controller" (or Enhanced controller for the USB 2.0 device). Select that and proceed to install it. Windows might warn you they cannot verify compatibility etc. Ignore this warning and proceed. Replace all USB controller devices and then restart your system. USB ports now should work better. As said before, in my test server system this is the only way to make my USB ports work! I also have this issue in Linux and Mac OS X. The USB ports don't work properly for some reason. At least they do work in Windows 10 using the standard drivers. Thanks God!
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  6.    23 Aug 2016 #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by lmarback View Post
    Where can I download this driver? And how can I install it?
    I don't recall changing the USB driver. Follow the video but keep in mind the video was for Windows 7 not Windows 10. I my post above I describe the differences between the two. Make sure you have the correct USB port address to change power on.
    HTH
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  7.    24 Aug 2016 #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by GARoss View Post
    I don't recall changing the USB driver. Follow the video but keep in mind the video was for Windows 7 not Windows 10. I my post above I describe the differences between the two. Make sure you have the correct USB port address to change power on. HTH
    In my case wasn't a power problem but a driver problem as it seems. None USB port worked no matter what device I tried. It only works properly by replacing the Intel specific USB controller drivers with the standard (universal) USB controller drivers.
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  8.    25 Aug 2016 #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by spapakons View Post
    In my case wasn't a power problem but a driver problem as it seems. None USB port worked no matter what device I tried. It only works properly by replacing the Intel specific USB controller drivers with the standard (universal) USB controller drivers.
    That's interesting. All I did was follow the Dailymotion video & changed the allotted power to the port. Changing driver would probably be best!
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