[jhb_airlines] Re: PC Problem

  • From: gwinsk@xxxxxxx
  • To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2004 10:14:32 -0000

Thanks, I'll try that.
The puzzle is that it's haapened suddenly, also that I've tried:
plugginhg into another port, in the same USB Hub.
ditto but without the cable.
 removing one of the other six on the PC and plugging into there.
 I wondered if I might have reached a maximum USB load. The only change since 
last it 
worked OK is that I've plugged in the receiver for my new wireless keyboard and 

Gerry Winskill

On 21 Dec 2004 at 1:59, Paul wrote:

> Hi Gerry,
> I know this might sound a little off the wall but try giving the USB =
> port a quick blast of air.  On most machines they are open to the
> elements and therefore dust.  A quick blast may well resolve the
> problem.  Otherwise, with the machine switched off, use a small amount
> of alcohol on a cotton = bud to give it a quick wipe, you'll be
> surprised at the amount of crap = you'll clear.  If you do this, make
> sure you use a second dry bud to remove any excess fluid and give it a
> few minutes before switching back on again.
> Cheers,
> Paul
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