USB not working properly Linux Mint 13
I'm having troubles using almost any USB device with my Asus F3JC laptop with Linux Mint 13 with KDE.
USB Keyboard & Mouse OK
USB disks doesn't work - some disappear after while, some doesn't appear at all
Here's content of /var/log/kern.log conserning USB Flash drive
Thanks in advance :Pengy:
This article at Linux Mint might help.
You could try using Disc Utility (G-parted) to check the partitioning (if that's the issue)
If all of the sudden you think your having a hardware/RAM problem you can run:
I'm not the expert here but what is the output to?
I'll keep researching to try to help you. This is perplexing-
the laptop is about 5 years old but I'd rather fix it than buy new one ;)
Here's the output of lspci
The USB drives work flawlessly on other PC.
Here's the website for Realtek your Semiconductor card RTL8111/8168B
Readig about this driver for your Realtek Card might help.
Here is the Linux driver for your Realtek card:
You have a Nvidia Corporation Graphics card and it looks like model # 110m Geforce (G72m)
Not sure if your graphics card is causing the "freezing or not"...but it can't hurt to install a driver for you Nvidia Graphics card. I looked for a driver for your card and I could not find one. Sorry-
I know you said that you would rather fix your laptop instead of purchasing a new one.
You may have to purchase a new one because I was not able to find drivers that I'm pretty sure that you need in order for your system to work.
You could contact Asus or a computer repair shop and have a tech put new cards in your laptop for a fee.
Or you could put in new cards yourself.
The Geek Squad at Best Buy offers a service for computer repair:
What Causes Computers To Freeze:
I found several articles to help you to possibly diagnose:
http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopi...03054&start=80 (This is Solved)
I noticed that you had a buffer error in the output of 'lspci"
This man discusses what happened with his and how he Solved it-
If it were me waseq; I would try purchasing new hardware and have it installed by a computer tech.
That way you haven't spent more than what it would cost to purchase a new laptop.
Sorry I couldn't be of more assistance.
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