Question about Lenovo 3000 C200 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
Check that you do not have any bent pins in the USB connector. If a USB stick/device is inserted a bad way, then you can bend the pins in the connector.
Posted on May 13, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is not a big problem if the tablet works. There are three simple possible solutions to this problem:
1) Sometimes you can plug USB devices into a wall socket so you don't rely entirely on the USB power. See if the tablet can be attached to another power source - if so use the appropriate power adaptor to plug it into a wall socket.
2) Very few USB cables are designed to carry much current. This design keeps the USB cables thin and flexible. Try purchasing a USB cable that looks like it can carry the extra current. Unfortunately USB cable manufacturers do not display how much electrical current their cables can deliver efficiently, so you will need to guess. Generally the thicker cables can carry more current - these cables are *not* necessarily the expensive gold-plated ones. You can usually find a thick cheap one that will do the trick - but it will take a little experimentation. Try different thick USB cables to see if one makes the problem go away.
3) get a special USB cable that takes the power from 2 USB ports and delivers it to one device. These are strange looking USB cables that have an extra male adaptor cord hanging from a USB cable - the cable has 2 male adaptors and 1 female adaptor. Of course this will take up two USB slots on your USB hub.
Hope these help!
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
SOURCE: error 0701: USB Over Current
Error 0701: USB Over Error 0701: USB Over Current On HC/Port - Bus:00H Dev :1DH Fun:01H / Port:00HCurrent On HC/Port - Bus:00H Dev :1DH Fun:01H / Port:00H
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
Kindly set the BIOS on start up. You may have disabled the USB. If the matter persists then check the drivers in the device manager if they are correctly installed. Or if the problem is your Operating System then have it updated by installing online updates. This would install necessary drivers. If the problem still persists then, look for a computer technician to check your laptop.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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