Re: USB device not accepting address <n>, error -71
> What is says here, basically.
> You USB port is burned out, USB connector lacks contact, USB power is
> insufficient, etc.
> About the only thing you can try from the OS side is to disable USB
> powersaving, but that should be disabled by default.
I'll try the webcam tomorrow with windows for a longer time.
In my linux box it appears and after a while disappears. IT could be that
after 10y it is giving up ...
But it could be also that the host hardware is giving up. hard to say,
however other devices work fine on the host, so might be the camera.