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Apr 8, 2000, 11:25 PM
 
Under 9.0.4, my G4/450 freezes after it checks the HD at startup because it froze. This doesn't occur all the time, only sometimes. I have just clean installed the system and I have the same problem. This didn't occur under 9.0, only 9.0.4. For now, I will just turn off this feature. Anyone know why this isn't working?

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Apr 10, 2000, 04:46 PM
 
I've had similar freezes on my sawtooth G4/450 when I have my no-name USB floppy plugged in and when I had that $%@$*! Orange Micro SCSI board installed. If either of these conditions apply to your situation, try disconnecting the offending board or peripheral.

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Apr 10, 2000, 05:32 PM
 
Hmmm... My USB peripherals are as follows:

USB 0 1.4.2
Hub (Mitsubishi USB Hub)
Product ID: 80 ($50)
Vendor: Mitsubishi Electronics America, Inc.
Driver version: 1.4.2
Driver name: USBHub0Apple
Power (mA): 500 ($1f4)
Release number: 3.1
Serial number:
HID (Mitsubishi USB Monitor)
Product ID: 81 ($51)
Vendor: Mitsubishi Electronics America, Inc.
Driver version: 1.4.1
Driver name: USBHIDDriver
Power (mA): 100 ($64)
Release number: 3.1
Serial number:
Keyboard (Apple USB Keyboard)
Product ID: 513 ($201)
Vendor: Apple Computer (Alps Electric)
Driver version: 1.4.1
Driver name: USBHIDKeyboardModule1.4.1
Power (mA): 250 ($fa)
Release number: 1.0.2
Serial number: Not available
Hub (Hub in Apple USB Keyboard)
Product ID: 4097 ($1001)
Vendor: Apple Computer (Alps Electric)
Driver version: 1.4.1
Driver name: USBHub0Apple
Power (mA): 500 ($1f4)
Release number: 2.1
Serial number: Not available
Mouse (USB-PS/2 Mouse M-BA47)
Product ID: -16382 ($c002)
Vendor: Logitech Inc. (Logitech)
Driver version: 1.0a2
Driver name: USBMouseWareIntf1.0
Power (mA): 100 ($64)
Release number: 1.2
Serial number:
USB 1 1.4.2
Class 0
Product ID: 3 ($3)
Vendor: Seiko Epson Corp.
Driver version: 0.0
Driver name: USBPrint
Power (mA): 500 ($1f4)
Release number: 1.0.4

The internals are as they came from the factory. The non-apple devices are the mouse and Mitsubishi monitor.

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