Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 480268
device descriptor read/64 error-71
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:36:53 EST
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
when starting up
the system reports an error (4 tim4s)
USB4-1 device descriptor read/64 error-71
otherwise the system appears stable. Don't know if this represents a driver issue or if it is a sign of problems to come.
System is an acer aspire one
8 Gb SSD
distro is fedora 10 with xfce
If starting up after idle for at least a few minutes
Steps to Reproduce:
It's most likely the webcam, although we cannot know for sure what's on port
4-1 if we cannot even get the first descriptor from it. It may be the cable
from mobo to the cam pinched inside the screen frame or something.
If the system works ok otherwise, we should close this bug for now.
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