Thanks for the advice. I've tried both 100mA and 50mA keyboards with no success. I've also tried connecting them through a powered USB hub.S0litaire wrote:Check the underside of the keyboards,
What's the power ratings?
Should read something like : 5v 100mA or 5v 50mA
Thanks, I've tried both USB ports.thexman wrote:might sound strange have you plugged your keyboard into both sockets and found it doesn't work or just one socket and it didn't. reason some other people reported a non working usb port, maybe a soldering / folded pin issue on the usb port Ive currently tried 4 keyboards all work with no issues under debian image so it seams strange
may help hope you find a fix soon.
IMHO it really starts to look that way, also because the same chip that handles the Ethernet, also handles the USB (built in HUB), maybe the single 25MHz crystal that clocks both isn't running, or something like that.h4z7d wrote: One other thing I've noticed is that the Ethernet lights do not light up when I plug in network connection.
Do you think Its a hardware fault? I cant really think what else it could be.
No. The two usb ports and the ethernet port are all handled by a single chipaleksandr wrote: I tried both USB ports - they are handled by different chips, right? And that did not help.
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