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March 6, 2007
about 6 years ago
Did you happen to have a situation where you tried to drive too much current via the pins? It might be that your motherboard's USB root hub thought there was a short (due to too much current being drawn) and shut the port down. Thus the "port 2 disabled by hub (EMI?), re-enabling..." message. What do you have connected that might be drawing too much current? I don't know if the UBW firmware negotiates for more than the standard 100mA that is given to anything that plugs in (they can negotiate for up to 500mA IIRC, and more for a 3.0 port).
Just some thoughts.
News - SparkFun Gets a Cease and…
about 10 years ago
With the idiocy displayed here, I wouldn't doubt they'd be stupid enough to have a flurry of activity trying to prep 40m C&Ds. Seriously, as someone else said above, if you confuse the two, you've got bigger problems, like brain damage.
Aw c'mon guys, you know what this really is, right? Jealousy! That's because nobody has ever mentioned "sparc" and "fun" in the same sentence in quite a few years! :-P
You are related only in the aspect that you both make devices that shuffle electrons around. Aside from that very general description, all other comparisons fail.
Good luck and Godspeed to you guys at SparkFun! May you trounce this case quickly and hopefully cheaply. This idiocy is astounding, let's hope the judge agrees!
No public wish lists :(