speedtouch 330 - XP won't recognise it

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Antony, Oct 2, 2003.

  1. Antony

    Antony Guest

    How nauseating! Installed Speedtouch 330 software, plugged in the
    modem, restarted - no lights on the modem! Various attempts to find
    the modem result in it (and my USB joystick, which was fine
    previously!) not being recognised.

    Anybody else had these probs? And more importantly, how did you fix
    em?

    I've got XP with SP1 installed

    Antony
     
    Antony, Oct 2, 2003
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    Andy Jenkins Guest


    What driver are you using Anthony ? I think the link on UK-bug (link
    in sig) has the ISO for v2.01 of the driver. Maybe you could try
    that?
     
    Andy Jenkins, Oct 2, 2003
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    Colin Wilson Guest

    How nauseating! Installed Speedtouch 330 software, plugged in the
    I can`t comment on XP - I refuse to touch it full stop.

    I`ve got a set of drivers online if you want to try them :

    Connect to: phoenixbbs.ath.cx
    Login : speedtouch
    Password : speedtouch

    Download these (if you don`t already have newer)

    PPPoA_0-38_VCMUX.zip
    SpeedTouchUSB 2.0.1.2 update.exe

    - there`s also a little guide courtesy of Pipex for setting them up if
    you like, as well as the full CD in a subdirectory that came with mine
    originally.

    What chipset have you got in your motherboard, and are you using any
    other USB devices - it may work if you take everything else out - the
    speedtouch modems take a lot of power, and some USB ports shut themselves
    down for safety when devices try to take too much current.

    You may find a powered USB hub (seperate power supply) will solve the
    problem.
     
    Colin Wilson, Oct 3, 2003
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    Les Thompson Guest

    Could be that your USB is not able to supply the required current to
    the modem which is why you are losing the joystick as well. My 330
    worked no problem but I have since transferred it to a powered USB
    hub because of it supposedly being a bit heavy on current.
     
    Les Thompson, Oct 3, 2003
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    Colin Wilson Guest

    Connect to: phoenixbbs.ath.cx
    Sorry, it`s been a while since I checked the account details...

    Try...

    Login : speedtouch
    Password : drivers
     
    Colin Wilson, Oct 3, 2003
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