[SunRay-Users] USB-related OSD error

Dan Allongo gongo2k1 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 09:11:03 EET 2009

i've had this before when trying to use the usb hub on the type 7 keyboard.
plugging directly into the dtu resolved the issue.

On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 7:43 AM, Hana Skoumalova <Hana.Skoumalova at ff.cuni.cz
> wrote:

> Bjoern Rost wrote:
>> Hi, I just received a call from a client who reported an OSD error (on
>> SR2) that I couldn't find in the documentation. He said it had a USB
>> icon and a flash symbol. unfortunately, we don't have the error number.
> Most probably, it is number 9D.
> http://www.sun-rays.org/lib/sunsolve/77966.html says:
> There is an over current condition on the USB bus, i.e., the total number
> of devices draws too much current. Consider using a powered hub.
> I had the same problem with an external hard drive. But I didn't need to
> use a powered hub, a "split" USB cable fixed the problem.
> Hana
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