Evillord68 wrote: paulsy wrote:
after hours of experimenting i have found that the EHCI driver does not freeze the system if I remove Devs/Networks/eth3com.device.
put it back in and the problem comes back, so it seems to conflict with the ethernet for some reason.
at least I know whats causing it even if i dont know why
I will post this in Bugzilla.
Today i have send a debugoutput to Bugzilla. Sorry for the long waiting.
I do not have the cable for output, before.
Now i use a normal PC cable on onboard serial port, it works.
You probably won't get any output through serial anyway - i tried...
I just tested my VIA based (the only one i got) USB2 PCI card and while it is plugged in with no hubs (or with a HAMA 2.0 USB hub, doesn't really matter) or Mass Storage devices on it works, nothing happens...even with ehci loaded and shown as USB2 in USBInspector.
As soon as i put on a (powered USB2) hub with a Mass Storage device, it won't take long and it will freeze the whole system, just as @paulsy described (no serial, no crash, no oputput whatsoever).
Even the reason for it to freeze is completely random, sometimes while browsing, sometimes while simply clicking on a window to activate it, even while it read/writes to/from the USB Mass Storage that is plugged in.
Here is the pciscan output of the USB card in question.
One thing that is strange is that it says "MEMORY" at "Resource Range" while with all the other USB1.1 devices it says "IO", but that is probably normal?
These are the other USB1.1 devices i have in my system and all of them work perfectly
I need to add that this is on an upd4 installation.
Testing without the hub - no change
Testing with no eth3com.device - no change
I think it may be EHCI only that does this, because if no IO is done over an installed EHCI hardware with ehci loaded in kickstart, it will work just fine
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