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Originally Posted by Rubberman Sorry, but no. I would suspect that it is a kernel mod which is a problem if you update the kernel to a new version and ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    Sorry, but no. I would suspect that it is a kernel mod which is a problem if you update the kernel to a new version and the problem hasn't been fixed. However, it may be worth a try to see. At worst, you keep using the old kernel and plug one of the devices directly into the computer.
    I'm fairly certain it is a kernel module. The system is up to date, and the problem still persists. Unfortunately, with the way I have my computer set up on my desk, I need to have the two devices plugged into the hub. I'll have to do some research, and see if I can figure out how to modify and recompile that module.

    If you happen to come across any other potential solutions, please let me know. Thanks.

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    Well, from my reading of googled postings, it is definitely a kernel compile-time option. Try enabling it and see if the problem is fixed. That is the only suggestion I can make at this time.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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