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Re: reset high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address x in squeeze

> Maybe a different kernel version makes the difference here, not Debian.
> Greetings,


same pobem here. I managed to solve that problem for me, by installing an 
older kernel from backports.org. Use a kernel with version 2.6.32-2-amd64 or 
former. Every later kernel got this problem, also from experimental. I got a 
patch sent by someone, tested it, but it failed. 

I reported the failure of the test, too, but since then no one seemed to care 
any more.

I already filed a bugreport, were I told this (sorry, got the number not 
available at the moment). Additionally I tried the kernels from experimental, 
too - with no success.

This is not a denbian specific problem, as also other systems got this (for 
example Backtrack5, which is based on 2.6.38). 

As I have only 32-bit systems and a very old 32-bit system (an A78 mainboard 
with a Nvidia GF 5700 ultra), this problem appeared only on my 64-bit notebook 
(I have a Acer Aspire 7520G).

Hope, I could help little bit.

Best regards


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