Adding to the Device Database Searching the Device Database Search by Architecture Search by Vendor Problem Report Feedback Downloads Product Download Compliance Testing ISO/ANSI Compliance Validation and Verification Distributors Overview Thank God for people like you. #5 Unregistered, Aug 23, 2007 Unregistered Guest It worked. i thought i lost everything on my drive!!!!! This website is a free, open, and dedicated community of Windows enthusiasts.
The TUSB6250 is intended as a USB 2.0 to ATA/ATAPI bridge for storage devices using a standard ATA or ATAPI interface. Got a TUSB6250 boot device but it's a Lacie Hard drive? | Small ... 22 Oct 2008 ... Then to the computer. When this has happened, the USB-interface needs to reset itself properly.
Please try the following: # Disconnect all cables connected to the drive. # Connect the power cable to the drive. # Connect the USB-cable. My question is, Is it possible to use a generic driver for this, or do I just have to wait for Lacie to create a driver for it? #1 ddrgsd, Feb Please try the following: # Disconnect all cables connected to the drive. # Connect the power cable to the drive. # Connect the USB-cable.
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The cause is always a bad AC adapter. Accept and hide this message /dd/chipinfo.asp Electronic Components Datasheet Search Selected language English ▼ English Chinese German Japanese Russian Korean Spanish French Italian Portuguese Polish Part NameIncludedstart withendmatch Remove all the cords from the back of the drive. Stay logged in Toggle WidthStylewindowsForum v1.0.3HomeContact UsHelpTerms and Rules TopThis website is not affiliated, owned, or endorsed by Microsoft Corporation.
Then to the computer. No hubs or port replicators are advised, powered or otherwise. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. After this, reconnection should be no problem.Click to expand...
No, create an account now. When this has happened, the USB-interface needs to reset itself properly. It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program. Thanks dude! #6 Unregistered, Sep 5, 2007 Unregistered Guest Tusb6250 does not register (lacie big disc extreme) Thank god for clever people and internet forums!
Make sure you don't hit the power button on the front of the drive. RFP Number: 2016 02 Issuing Loading, please wait... Please try the request again. admin My Big Disk will not mount or is not detected.
Part No.TUSB6250 Download TUSB6250 Click to view File Size 1323.57 Kbytes Page 124 Pages Maker TI[Texas Instruments] Homepage http://www.ti.com Logo DescriptionUSB 2.0 TO ATA/ATAPI BRIDGE CONTROLLER TUSB6250 God Bless! #18 Unregistered, Nov 21, 2007 Unregistered Guest It worked for me in that the unknow device in the device manager went away. Same problem here in Kazkahstan.
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But it is still not recognized as a drive when I click on my computer or in computer management under disk management. With the a low power consumption USB 2.0 integrated PHY, the TUSB6250 also enables the true USB 2.0 high-speed bus-powered application.
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Thank you!! #20 Ionpropulsion, Nov 27, 2007 (You must log in or sign up to post here.)Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next > Share This Don't show these FacebookTwitterEmailPrintGmailFavoritesMore... (294)Powered byAddThis Windows or Macintosh find a TUSB 6250 device, instead of a hard driveSome computers mistakenly identify a LaCie hard disk as a "TUSB 6250 Boot After this, reconnection should be no problem. Which USB 2. 0 controllers have been tested with the TUSB6250 The TUSB6250 has been verified with USB 2. 0 MB/s 44. 4 MB/s 100. 0 MB/s Validation Test Report for
The TUSB6250 is designed to utilize both the fast performance of the state machine and the programmability and flexibility of the embedded microcontroller and firmware. Posted in: news 2 Thoughts on “Got a TUSB6250 boot device but it's a Lacie Hard drive?” Tim Sullivan on October 23, 2008 at 7:13 am said: We have quite a The System Profiler on my Mac or Device Manager on Windows lists it as unknown with the name TUSB6250 Boot Device.