USB controller, code 39

February 22, 2006 at 10:36:03
Specs: Windows XP home SP2, p4 3.06ghz ~1.5gb
Spontainously, the USB ports on my computer stoped worked. Device managed complains with a code 39(missing, corrupt or wrong driver) for the following:

OCHI complient IEEE 1394 host controller
Intel 82801EB Universal host controller - (there are 5 such entries ending with: 24D2, 24D4, 24D7, 24DE and 24DD(this one says 'enhanced host controller'))

I'm not entirely sure what it's called, but these are onboard motherboard components. The motherboard having an Intel 875p chipset.

This happened spontainously. Utterly nothing I did in the previous session should have altered any configurations(I played a game).

Uninstalling the devices and reinstalling them via 'add hardware' puts them in the same position with the same error.

My first thought was to remove the relevant driver and install them again, but they can't be found anyway I can see. The closest I got was finding an older version which, obviously, it wouldn't let me install.

...I'd like to note that finding downloadable drivers are impossible. Intels site says go to Microsoft. Microsoft makes no mention of USB controller drivers outside SP1, which supposedly updated them.

Thanks for any help...

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February 22, 2006 at 10:38:26
Geez. I hate board on which you can't edit. :)

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