Ubuntu :: Imgburn - No Devices Detected - Can't Get It To Recognize Driver?

Apr 23, 2011

I have installed Imgburn and it wont detect my cd drive, I configured wine and everything and no matter what I can't get it to recognize my driver, what am I to do?

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Ubuntu :: Kernal Modesetting Driver In Use Refusing To Load - No Devices Detected

Nov 22, 2010

I dl the windows installer one and ran it. As it started it went to the Ubuntu logo and then my screen became half full of different colored horizontal lines, so I rebooted and went into the adv boot and ran the install under safe graphics mode. Now when I boot I get options to boot into 2.6.32-25 and also a recovery and also and a recovery. I left the 2.6.32-25 highlighted and it booted but gave me a msg that said:

(EE) VESA: Kernal modesetting driver in use, refusing to load.
(EE) No devices detected.

Then it goes to a screen that allows me to boot in a low graphics mode. It loads and I dl some security updates with the Update Manager. What do I need to do in order to boot w/o any faults and also what is the difference from 2.6.32-25 and 2.6.32-24? Which should I be using? Do I need to modify my graphis somehow?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Install The Latest RealTek Driver - No Sound Devices Detected

Jan 15, 2011

I tried to install the latest RealTek driver for Linux and it has wiped all my devices. I've tried reinstalling the alsa-base packages but it hasn't worked

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Ubuntu :: New PC Won't Recognize Storage Devices?

Sep 30, 2010

My friend bought a new PC, and he's duel booting Ubuntu 10.04LTS and Windows 7 Ultimate. At first I tried partitioning the hardrive using fdisk in Ubuntu, but it couldn't find hda. After looking in /dev/, there wasn't hda, or any sd* devices. I looked in gparted and used the installer afterwards and both came up with nil. I installed Windows, updated the BIOS using the utility that came with the mobo, and tried seeing if Ubuntu could detect my hardrive and it couldn't. I even turned ACPI off when booting and that didn't work either.

The motherboard is a new Gigabit with 3 PCIe slots and a USB3.0.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Get Amarok 2 To Recognize Media Devices?

Jul 3, 2010

It's caught in some sort of shitty limbo. Amarok 2 is still incomplete and sucks *** but that leaves Amarok 1 undeveloped and unimproved for ages and it sorta sucks ***. I still can't get Amarok 2 to recognize media devices. Why isn't that already in there. Of all the things that can't be that hard to do and should be a key aspect of a media player/manager.

Amarok 1 is just wonkey. It's hard to make and edit playlists, it freezes or crashes regularly and is an overall pain to navigate. 9 out of 10 sources say amarok is the best media player available. This makes me cry a little bit. It is total crap and if that's the best available to the Linux community that just sucks.

I started to check out Banshee again today and it looks ok. I couldn't get it to play MP3s and after searching for a few minutes gave up because I really don't want to get into another media player that's going to be a pain in the ***. I just want something I can download, make go and never have any problems with. Is that really too much to ask? If Amarok could just take everything that works about 1 and everything that works with 2 and smush them together you might actually have a decent media player.

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OpenSUSE :: How To Recognize Mounted Devices

Apr 13, 2010

I have recently mounted my iPod Touch using ifuse, and it works with gtkpod and I'm very pleased about that! However, I'm interested in finding out how openSUSE recognises what devices are mounted? Because the device manager in the task bar doesn't recognise that it's mounted... Dolphin doesn't recognise it and neither does Amarok. Only gtkpod, which is good, but I want other applications to recognise it. Do I need to mount it in a specific location? Currently it's at /mnt/iPhone. Or do I need something in fstab (I'm just guessing here).

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Hardware :: Will Not Recognize Any SATA Devices

Jan 3, 2011

I'm trying to setup Linux on my friend's system but none of my Live CDs (gparted, kubuntu) will detect the SATA HDD or SATA optical drive. I keep getting the error message "unable to find a medium containing a live file system". I can boot into gparted from a USB flashdrive but it will not recognize the SATA HDD or any of the partitions on it.

System info:
XFX GeForce 8200 (XFX MI-A78S-8209) motherboard
nvidia nforce 8200 chipset
Liteon ATAPI iHAS220 SATA optical drive

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Ubuntu Installation :: No USB Devices Detected / What To Do?

Mar 4, 2010

I am just getting started with Ubuntu and love it so far. It has breathed new life into an old Compaq Presario V2000 and once I get up to speed on it I hope to start running it on all the rest of our machines.

The only major problem I am having is that none of the USB devices I have plugged in are being detected. From what I have seen online I should be getting a notification and should be able to view the devices at Places/Computer but so far, nothing. Googling this problem it appears that individual devices often don't work but I could not find anything on all USB devices not working.

Any ideas as to what I am doing wrong here?

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Ubuntu :: ATI Graphics Drivers - EE No Devices Detected

Sep 23, 2010

After I installed my ati grapics driver (the ati driver from the ati website) my ubuntu has this weird problem. When loading there is a line that cought my attention:
Running DKMS auto installation service for kernel 2.6.34: fglrx (8.543)...Failed

I think that has something todo with the other error I get which is:
Primary device is not PCI
(EE No devices detected)
Fatal server error
no screens found
giving up.
I have an ATI 5650 Radeon mobile grapics card By the way.

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Ubuntu :: USB-storage Devices Not Detected After 9x / 10X Upgrade

Jan 2, 2011

My USB devices are being detected when I run the 'lsusb' command.However there is no driver that is set to the device.Also the /dev/sdX device is created so there is a mount point

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Ubuntu :: Error Encountered - (EE) No Devices Detected

Jan 8, 2011

I recently had a hard drive on a computer (not to be obvious), and I fried the computer. You may ask "well why did you do that?" well, simply because I had accidentally bumped and switched to 220 volts, rather than keeping it at 115 like a sane individual. Anyway, I got a new computer, swapped the hard drive. When I go to boot into ubuntu though, it gives me the following error:

Ubuntu is running in low-graphics mode
The following error was encountered. You may need to update your configuration to solve this.
(EE) No devices detected.

I also have XP on this hard drive, and it works almost better than it did on my old one, surprisingly. all i have to do now for it to be labeled as efficient, is to get some RAM. But anyway, what can I do about the error message? I tried booting into recovery, running dpkg from the list of options, and it did a couple of things.

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Hardware :: Usb Devices Not Detected Ubuntu Lxde

May 18, 2010

Whenever I plug in my usb flash drive or my memory card adapter they are not detected. If you can help me I will provide any kind of information needed to solve the problem, just tell me what command to run. Also my cd/dvd drive is still not being detected or is mislabeled on ubuntu 10.04 lucid lynx.

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OpenSUSE Install :: VMWare Doesn't Recognize Usb Devices?

Aug 20, 2009

After a few tribulations, I managed to get VMWare server installed. The only problem is that it will not recognize any usb devices. I installed usb in the virtual machine using the VMWare interface and in preparation for that, I followed the instructions in the tutorial to the letter regarding fstab and the vmx file. Supposedly, at least according to Windows control panel, the usb controllers and interfaces are installed. The VMware web interface says the same thing. However, neither the Device tab on VMWare nor VMware Tools show any usb devices. The usb devices - a printer, removable drive, and magicjack - are all recognized by Linux. How can I get the virtual Windows machine to recognize the devices?

This is crucial since my major use for it is to run the magicjack which is not supported in Linux.

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Fedora Installation :: 12 USB Devices Not Detected

May 8, 2010

Recently I installed Fedora 12 without any hassles except that the USB devices are not getting detected. I checked with /proc/interrupts and the ehci_hcd module doesn't get any interrupts. Here is my dmesg (done to show only USB related messages) :


usbcore: registered new interface driver usbfs
usbcore: registered new interface driver hub
usbcore: registered new device driver usb


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Software :: USB Devices Not Detected In 64 Bit MEPIS 11 OS

Jul 17, 2011

Last week, I received a used, older (built ~ 2005 or so) IBM ThinkCentre desktop (machine 8143-2EU) having a Pentium 4 (64 bit), 3.0 GHz CPU. It came with WinXP- 64 bit as the sole OS. When I tested my USB devices with the WinXP OS, they were detected and read. I wiped the WinXP and installed MEPIS 11- 64 bit. [There's only a single Intel Pentium 4, 64 bit CPU known to work for MEPIS 11- 64 bit. It's the Pentium 4 Prescott with EM64T. I don't know if my P4 is that one.] Things seem OK with my MEPIS 11- 64 bit OS except for the times when I plug in USB devices--> they're not detected nor read. In a MEPIS forum, a guy told me to try, after first plugging in the USB devices, running lsusb in Konsole. I do that, the system wakes up, and the USB devices are detected and read. But why do I have to do this to get my system to detect and read the devices? I've made the MEPIS system setting so that all USB devices are automounted when plugged in. Doing that did not correct this problem. As root, in Konsole, I ran hwinfo and noticed that for the USB controllers, the driver - uhci_hcd - is not active. Here's the hwinfo output for one of the USB controllers:

18: PCI 1d.2: 0c03 USB Controller (UHCI)
[Created at pci.318]
UDI: /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/pci_8086_265a


[I suppose or guess that all MEPIS users who don't have this USB-device-detection-and-read problem have uhci_hcd.] To see what would happen as a test, I also used a MEPIS 11- 32 bit Live DVD in this computer having the MEPIS 11- 64 bit OS. When I use the Live DVD, I have the same USB detection-and-read problem! What does that mean? With some USB devices plugged in while I'm using the Live DVD, I'm forced again to run lsusb in Konsole. This wakes up the system so that it detects and reads plugged-in USP devices. Why? Any idea on how to fix this? Does this problem seem more a software one rather than a hardware one?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Why Are Devices Detected Even When Disabled In BIOS

Dec 5, 2010

I am having problems understanding how sound capable devices are being used on my Ubuntu10.10 64 bit system. I have an ASUS A8V motherboard with on-board multimedia functions provided through the VIA V8237 chip. BIOS gives me the option to disable this functionality and I have set BIOS this way. I want to use an M-Audio 24/96 card for all sound processing.

However, in applications like Audacity the VIA chip functions are all available and can be set as recording and playback devices. The same is true in ALSA.

Why does 'linux' (I have no idea which part of the OS) ignore the BIOS settings?

Furthermore alsamixer always selects the 'default' devices. Where and how are these set?

<System><Preferences><Sound> hardware tab list 2 'Internal Audio' devices but no M-Audio device. What are these devices? Only 1 of them appears to create any output with the 'Test Speakers' tab. This confuses me completely because the speakers are connected only to the M-Audio card.

None of the profiles for 'Settings for the selected device' match the capabilities of the M-Audio card (1 set of stereo inputs and 1 set of stereo outputs). So where are these profiles coming from? Which do I select for the M-Audio card?

What do the Input and Output tabs in <System><Preferences><Sound> mean? Are these different to the hardware tab? The 'Output' tab lists2 devices for sound output: 'Internal Audio Analog Stereo, Stereo' twice. What devices are these ?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: NVIDIA Drivers: No Devices Detected

Jun 6, 2011

I'm having issues getting the nvidia-current drivers working with a GeForce 8400 graphics card on Ubuntu 10.10 (x64). After running nvidia-xconfig and restarting, X fails to start with an error: No devices detected.

Here is my xorg.conf:


# nvidia-xconfig: X configuration file generated by nvidia-xconfig
# nvidia-xconfig: version 260.19.06 (buildmeister@builder101) Mon Sep 13 04:59:45 PDT 2010
Section "ServerLayout"


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CentOS 5 Hardware :: /dev/sda (SATA) Devices Detected As /dev/hda?

May 15, 2009

I have an issue with Hard Drives in GNU/Linux CentOS 5.3I installed linux 5.3 frash copy to new SATA MAXTOR 1000GB Hdd.And see the partitions is SATA MAXTOR 1000GB (NEW INSTALLATION CentOS 5.3)

/dev/sda1 Boot
/dev/sda3 /
(/dev/sda2 is the SWAP)


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Ubuntu Multimedia :: KDE Detected That One Or More Internal Sound Devices Were Removed

Jan 22, 2011

Rhythmbox plays some music (not all of it) and it sounds crappy. And when I start Amarok I get this: KDE detected that one or more internal sound devices were removed. Do you want KDE to permanently forget about these devices? This is the list of devices KDE thinks can be removed: Output: HDA Intel (INTEL HDMI) Output: HDA Intel, INTEL HDMI (HDMI Audio Output)What to do?

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Debian Installation :: ISO Torrent Not Recognized With ImgBurn?

Dec 21, 2010

This is my saved image file from debian.org cd/netinst: debian-507-i386-netinst.iso.torrent
ImgBurn is not recognizing it: "Invalid or unsupported format."

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General :: Does Not Recognize - No Scanners Detected - Please Check Your Scanner Is Connected And Powered On

Aug 11, 2010

I have HP Scanjet 3770. UBUNTU 10.04 installed on my desktop. HPLIP also installed. This scanjet working well in Windows Xp but in ubuntu SimpleScan does not recognize it.

It shows:- No scanners detected Please check your scanner is connected and powered on.

I Also visited [url] & found as below-

ScanJet 3770 Unsupported. While an external binary-only backend exists, it works only on Linux i386. Therefore the scanner is unsupported on other platforms.

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Ubuntu Installation :: No Sound - System Does Not Recognize The Existence Of The Sound Card And Insists On Using Alternative Audio Devices

Aug 22, 2010

New Ubuntu installation with a big problem: no sound.

OS: Ubuntu 10.4.1
Hardware: HP Pavilion Elite e9150t (64 bit)
Sound card: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio

Preliminary checks of sound level settings and obvious dumb stuff but there is still no sound. The problem seems to be that the system does not recognize the existence of the sound card and insists on using alternative audio devices.


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Ubuntu :: Can't Get To Recognize My Wireless Driver ?

Feb 17, 2009

I can't get Ubuntu to recognize my wireless driver because it wants the driver to be a .inf file. However my wireless driver is a .sys file so it won't install using the windows wireless drivers function.

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Ubuntu :: Open It And It Says "No Devices Detected"

Oct 5, 2010

I installed Imgburn yesterday and it worked fine.Today i open it and it says "No devices detected" which doesn't let me copy anything.

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Ubuntu Installation :: 10.10 Does Not Recognize Hard Driver?

Apr 28, 2011

It isn't recognise my hard driver ;(

its saying that i have only 450M But i have 155G.

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Ubuntu :: Bcm4312 Wireless Card Would Not Recognize The STA Driver?

May 20, 2010

I had Karmic a while back, but i got rid of it becasue of my Bcm4312 Wireless Card would not recognize the STA driver, or bcm43xx.In that time i learned a bit of command line stuff. anyways now that I have my internet working, I was just wondering What I could do with ubuntu. I am interested in the command line and Programming. Where could I learn more about the 2 subjects?

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OpenSUSE Install :: "No Bootable Devices Detected"?

Aug 21, 2011

Before I changed to linux, I was on Windows 7. My computer already had 4 different partitions, and would not let me create more. And so, I had to delete one of the partitions. I chose to get rid of the "recovery" partition. I used "Macrium Reflect" to burn a bootable CD of my recovery stuff. Anyways, fast forward to this morning. I got tired of the KDE desktop, and I decided to switch to Gnome. So, I went into windows 7, deleted the three OpenSUSE partitions, and moved the remaining space back to my C: (windows) drive. (don't ask me why :S)

Anyways, so I take a look, after it's done deleting/moving stuff, and I'm told that "no bootable devices detected".. This made me angry, as I am certain I didn't delete any of the windows partitions. So, I thought, I'll just use my recovery disk, because I quite literally, have no personal data on my computer to lose.Except, my recovery disk is not actually bootable. So, then, after screaming in rage, I booted up OpenSUSE from my KDE CD, and was gonna take a look at things in YaST. Except, YaST will not actually open.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: SIIG USB SoundWave 7.1 Pro Driver Install - Does Not Recognize

Jul 17, 2011

I just installed Ubuntu 11.04 and would like to use my SIIG USB SoundWave 7.1 Pro that I used before in with my Windows 7. Can I still use this on Ubuntu? When I plug it in, Ubuntu does not recognize it. I looked up the drivers from SIIG but they do not mention Linux as being supported.

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: New Driver (r8712u) For RTL8192 USB Devices

Aug 30, 2010

I have finally gotten permission from Realtek to submit the new driver to the staging directory of the mainline kernel. This also means that I can allow users to download from the git source repository so that they can build their own versions. If you are interested in doing this, you will need to install some packages. To get the ones you need


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Apr 12, 2010

When I'm installing Red Hat 7, an error was occurred, in fact the installation process does not recognize my hard driver? how can resolve this trouble?

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