2007 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 10, 2010 7:00 PM by Richie9999
What happens if you use the other USB port, and/or disconnect all other USB devices, Richie? Or have you already tried this?
Bear in mind, too, that one of the High Speed USB buses also runs the iSight Camera and the other runs the SD card slot, so if you are using either of these at the time, see what happens when you don't.
You might also want to try a different USB to iPod cable if you have one.
Bluetooth issues also occasionally relate to USB problems.
I've tried using the other port to the same results, and the only thing that the ports seem to have problems with are the iPod cables. I've tried all three of the ones I own, and I've gotten the same results. Also, the USB ports only seem to act up with the iPod cables, which work fine with other computers. I've used my wireless mouse without any problems, I've plugged in my thumb drives/flash drives whichever you call them, and I've tried my printer cord.
Also, I never use my iSight camera nor do I use the SD card slot. I'll try turning off the bluetooth though.