Something Weird When I Plug Any USB
Frank • June 30, 2011 4:45 AM > It's like "75% of people who picked up a > discarded newspaper on the bus read it. No, create an account now. Some others that come to mind: * The device could be faulty (incidentally or intentionally) and could damage the computer. * Something on the device could be carefully crafted to exploit windows usb windows-8 share|improve this question asked Oct 15 '12 at 22:11 teuneboon 2432312 I've updated the post I made the other day, please check it out –MonkeyZeus Nov weblink
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Is there anything I can do to delete this virus from all my USB and external HDD I plugged into my pc and had the same problem. The new controller would assume the descriptor of the surrogate device and one would be none the wiser. csrster • June 30, 2011 3:00 AM The library issue raised above is an interesting one. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/something-weird-when-i-plug-any-usb.191570/
3 Beeps When Plugging In Usb
All of them wanted them emailing because of the virus risk. *headdesk* Olaf • June 29, 2011 9:37 AM Children are taught not to take candy from strangers. Thanks to all who helped. Figure B You can use your USB flash drive as a password reset disk. 5: Boost performance If you're running Windows Vista, you can use a USB flash drive to speed I formated my pc again, and yep, as suspected "disconnect recconect" problem still is there.
BE COOL Hope this makes thing clear. If you see a USB stick on the ground, in almost all cases it's been dropped. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases Xbox Acc Driver Windows 7 How to convert a circle to a ring Why is 7 the most feared number?
Just copy your MP3 files to your USB flash drive, plug it into your computer, and direct Windows Media Player to build a library of the songs on your drive. This wouldn't be a HUGE problem if I didn't have to rely on my USB for my internet, because now every time this happens my internet, and with it stuff like Also on GameFAQs...Help - Answers to the most commonly asked questions about GameFAQs.FAQ Bookmarks - Access and manage the bookmarks you have added to different guides.FAQ Bounty - Write a FAQ It is possible that one of your devices is messing with the others, which would explain the same problem with a different motherboard.
ffejrxx03-26-2013, 04:52 PMwhat power supply, gpu, cpu, mobo do you have? Usb Not Recognized and still after all that, mouse + hds still do the disconnect reconnect dance.. Come on - some responsibility has to lay upon the user...quit allowing them to be some dumb and hold them responsible. If anyone has any idea what else i can try or suggest something i might have missed, ill try that.
- share|improve this answer answered Nov 4 '12 at 2:56 fabioalmeida 712 USB selective suspend setting didn't fix it for me.
- Thus, the default keyboard and mouse would be "trusted" once set up, and any new trojan devices would at least wait for confirmation, such as "You have plugged in a new
- With regard to the consumption of food items from unknown sources, the following might be of interest.
- heat can have a strange affect on anything sometimes..
- Then, the concept of opening unknown USB drives, word docs, pdfs, spreadsheets, videos, audio files, CDs, etc...
Usb Connect Disconnect Sound Windows 7
Furthermore, there is a distinct difference between the private and the office context. http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10-things/10-cool-things-you-can-do-with-a-usb-flash-drive/ Most companies and individuals budget little for security. 3 Beeps When Plugging In Usb Now as a security aware computer user, I personally am very careful about plugging USB drivers into my computer. Usb Sound But Not Showing Up I have sometimes gone in pursuit of the sound - running virus scans, examining event logs and such, and observing task manager - but have never had any luck tracking this
Considering that the users are surely running anti-virus software, they probably thought they would be protected anyway. No problems so far, it's been up and running for half a hour. If I double click on it, it opens another window showing my USB files that were supposed to be directly in my USB. columbus • June 30, 2011 2:31 AM I believe holding down the shift key while inserting prevents autorun. My Computer Keeps Making The Usb Sound
To either find the owner and return the lost property, or find out if they left anything "fun" on the stick - to snoop. good point. If you own a rotary saw and you don't know not to go around sawing random things in half, you'll break your saw or cut your arm off. In USA, can I set up a one-person corporation and pay myself mainly through dividends?
The attacker would have to know the VID/PID of your keyboard, and the serial number reported via the USB descriptor. share|improve this answer answered May 3 '13 at 13:23 r0ca 4,73773262 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote It may be devices that are charging. what other hardware is connected USB wise?
Would the average techie care?
Adapting to life without flesh and blood turns out to be very difficult indeed… but he has the guidance of someone who came before him to help him relearn what it Did exactly as you described (in windows XP) and it's working again. I changed it for a new one and the sound stopped. I'll wager that not one of them would have picked up a spoon from the parking lot and put it in their mouth without washing it first.
They just ignore any risk considerations. Thanks! And because flash memory is more responsive than a hard disk, with its physical moving parts, the memory cache provided by ReadyBoost can significantly improve system responsiveness. I had a cheap USB key that indeed encountered this problem... –parasietje Oct 4 '15 at 15:20 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote There seems to be indeed a
Which of course brings me right back to MY meme: There is no security. The only real problem would be to get the data out of the corporate network, but even for that there's ways... You may also... My keyboard has worked without problems ever since I plugged it into the PS/2 port.
I can't remember what site it was on. Genuineness of Application Pentest On Jailbroken iOS Device Do black people and white people use drugs at the same rate in the USA, but black people get arrested more often? The usual stuff: 5000+ email adresses and accompanying DES-passwords from an SQL-table most probably obtained by a simple SQLi. All USB devices should be encrypted.
The average user assumes that plugging in a usb drive will let them just look at the contents. Since some other companies and groups have already solved this issue, maybe users who are worried about this attack vector should upgrade to one of those OSs. The autoruns problem is in fact the problem, because it presupposes that a normal non-authoritative action (insertion of a USB stick to read a file) is an authoritative action (please run/install A brief look around on Google shows that Solaris turned autorun off sometime in the 1990's.
I suppose you get what you pay for. I tought before it was like a hardware issue.. The latter unfortunately way too often goes hand in hand with stupidity. Alle Ausgaben durchsuchenDiese Zeitschrift als Leseprobe anzeigen » Alle Ausgaben durchsuchen19902000 Jan. 2000Febr. 2000März 2000Apr. 2000Mai 2000Juni 2000Juli 2000Aug. 2000Sept. 2000Okt. 2000Nov. 2000Dez. 2000Jan. 2001Febr. 2001März 2001Apr. 2001Mai-Juni 2001Juli 2001Aug. 2001Sept.
Why are Linux system call numbers in x86 and x86_64 different? Why don't we stop buying malware friendly OSs?? Chelloveck • June 29, 2011 3:05 PM About the trojan mouse... People get USB sticks all the time.