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Re: USB devices that work with OS4.1 Update 1
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@Mrodfr

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@peoples with usb problems (kicko, ...)

One question:

Do you have something USB, inserted on your computer, that make, at same interval, an USB reset ???

(for example here I have an PS2toUSB adapter) that reset the USB sometime (maybe one time per 15 minuts).


Not me, just a USB hub. I have a Playstation2 to USB adapter but it wasn't plugged in when I was using the mp3 player or thumb drive.

I'm using a plug-in USB card in my A1XE if that makes a difference.

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Apologies if this isnt the right place, but it seems as good as any:
I know VIA chipsets are preferred for USB in 4.1.1, but is this restricted ?
In essence, I'm looking at USB 2.0* PCI cards, and there are some cheap ones in Maplin at the mo...



*yeah yeah I know only usb 1 is supported at the mo, but 2.0 will be soon wont it ?

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Apologies if this isnt the right place, but it seems as good as any:
I know VIA chipsets are preferred for USB in 4.1.1, but is this restricted ?
In essence, I'm looking at USB 2.0* PCI cards, and there are some cheap ones in Maplin at the mo...


Any chipset will do. For me being an SE Owner I can't use the VIA UHCI device at all - the machine hangs during startup if I leave it enabled in the Kicklayout. So I use a NEC 5 port PCI card, via ohci.usbhcd. This seems to be the type of card most people choose.

Also some things to add to the list that work with update 1 that didn't before.

Sigma KMS500 wireless Kbd/Mouse
EMTEC 4Gb Memory stick
CF-RS205 SD to USB adaptor.

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Any chipset will do. For me being an SE Owner I can't use the VIA UHCI device at all - the machine hangs during startup if I leave it enabled in the Kicklayout. So I use a NEC 5 port PCI card, via ohci.usbhcd. This seems to be the type of card most people choose.


Bostin'! hope Maplins still have that cheap card in the bargain bin I had me eye on...

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Re: USB devices that work with OS4.1 Update 1
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@agafaster

Datalogic touch65,hand held usb bar scanner.

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@328gts

Typhoon mains powered 4 port USB2 hub
Labtec wireless optical mouse 800
Silvercrest multi cardreader

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Add Canon Ixus 75 camera on your list. It works in os4.1 and also in update1. Downloading pictures right now (PTP)

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USBest Technology 4 GB USB-Stick
Logitech "Internet Navigator" Keyboard
Dell Optical Mouse (2 mouse buttons + scroll wheel)

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Im using Logitech MX700 mouse/keyboard (wireless optical) since beginning of os4. Multimediakeys works with Deniils app Allkeys. Works both in usb port and in ps2 port.

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@Kicko

Where did you find the name of your kbd/mouse kombo?

I have a wireless logitech kbd/mouse kombo. Usb and ps2 with a reciever. But no naming on either of them. And the box has probably been swedish toilet paper by now.

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@Antique

Under the mouse says mx700 aka MX DUO. Thanks for the toiletpaper :)

http://www.velocityreviews.com/reviews/Logitech-MX-Duo.php

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@agafaster

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Any chipset will do. For me being an SE Owner I can't use the VIA UHCI device at all - the machine hangs during startup if I leave it enabled in the Kicklayout. So I use a NEC 5 port PCI card, via ohci.usbhcd. This seems to be the type of card most people choose.


Bostin'! hope Maplins still have that cheap card in the bargain bin I had me eye on...


That cheapo card was still there, I've finally got round to installing it (I've had to ditch the floppy drive - I needed the external 3.5" bay) and it works lovely !

I've already tried these, and they work:
Memory stick (Freecom 2GB),
USB Player (IItronic 128MB),
Logic3 5 axis 12 button flightstick.

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I have plugged in a couple of other USB devices recently:

1. Duracell 8GB USB Memory Drive
(I use this for backups and it works very well. Formatted SFS\0.)

2. LaCie external 80GB 3.5" HD
(This is FAT32 format and I can _read_ from it. I am not brave enough to try writing.)


I still have some other things I haven't tried.


Has anyone tried a USB-to-RS232 adapter? I am still on dialup and I'd like to have a working serial port.

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@trixie

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Devices that DO NOT work:
- Transcend JetFlash 4GB (gets recognized but the OS complains about "broken cluster geometry" - works fine on the PC, though)


I have a nice Corsair Voyager 4GB that does the same thing. Interestingly, it doesn't work under Mac OSX 10.3 either, but works under 10.4, and under XP and Ubuntu 9.10... Perhaps a clue is in that it shows up as a USB embedded hub first under XP, then as a mass storage device.

Edit: Meant to add that my Nikon D90 works just fine with PTP transfers (though AOS doesn't have a clue what to do with the RAW files once they're downloaded ), and my old Nikon D80 worked fine in Mass Storage mode, but that was under 4.0 and 4.1, so I assume it'll work with 4.1u1...

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@328gts

Nokia X6 16GB works fine

Blusens G12 - 1GB ( MultiMedia Player ) works fine

AmigaONE X1000 First Contact
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Anyone knows if this works on os4 ?

Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 (USB)

You can check my thread

http://amigaworld.net/modules/newbb/v ... p?topic_id=31031&forum=33

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@328gts

Casio Exilim EX-Z1080 (PTP and Massstorage)
Casio Exilim EX-Z750 (PTP and Massstorage)
Sony DSLR-A100 (no PTP if RAR pics available: Invalid Transaction ID)
Pentax Optio W80 (PTP and Massstorage)
Olympus Tough 8000 (PTP and Massstorage)

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@Amigo1

Usb2 card reader Miteck inc Brought from clas ohlson ab.
Has 4 different slots for different types,Can read SD and 3 bigger slots. Not sure what fits in those. But the sd card from my camera worked.

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Cables Unlimited USB 2.0 to IDE & SATA cable. Works fine at 1.1 speeds on MicroA1 with OS4.1u1.

For best results, I use the included power supply even for 2.5" IDE drives as not to pull too much current through the USB port.

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@Kicko

Only one way to find out. Buy and try.

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