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Category: USB Driver
Caution Level: Alert
Download File Size: 528.4Kb
Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 14 Jun 2006
Windows device driver information for D-Link DUB-H4 USB 2.0 4-Port Hub
The driver for D-Link DUB-H4 USB 2.0 4-Port Hub is compatible with various other models like the NEC PCI to USB Enchanced Host Controller, System TALKS USB 2.0 Host Controller, IOGEAR USB 2.0 Host Adapter, SIIG USB 2.0 Host Adapter, KEYSPAN USB 2.0 Host Controller, USB 2.0 PCI to USB Enhanced Host Controller, ATEN USB 2.0 Host Adapter, USB 2.0 Add on Card, Tripp Lite USB 2.0 Bus Host Controller, and APC USB 2.0 Host Controller.
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Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The D-Link DUB-H4 USB 2.0 4-Port Hub is a USB hub which can transfer at speeds of 480Mbps. It is a plug and play device, which is backwards compatible with any USB 1.1 device. The platform of the device is PC or Mac. It has a total of 4 ports. It is a Hi-Speed USB hub. It has multiple hub capabilities. This means that the user will be able to plug in multiple USB hubs to each other. The device allows 127 USB products in total. The connectivity technology of the device is wired. The width of the product is 2.4 inches, depth 3.9 inches, height 1 inch and weight 2.9 pounds. The device is specially designed to access four type A ports easily. This lets the user connect to the USB without hassle. It supports low-speed and high speed devices (from 1.5 or 12 Mbps, to 240 Mbps). It is also equipped with a diagnostic LED, to advice the user on the state of the power and the status of the ports. In the package is a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 AB cable and a 1 year warranty. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for Windows and D-Link DUB-H4 USB 2.0 4-Port Hub errors before installing any driver updates.
Is the Windows App not downloading your program properly? Let’s try to figure out why!
Step 1: Check your cable
Make sure that your micro:bit is connected to your computer with a micro USB cable. You should see a MICROBIT drive appear in Windows Explorer when it’s connected.
If you can see the MICROBIT drive go to step 2.
If you can’t see the drive:
- Make sure that the USB cable is working.
Does the cable work on another computer? If not, find a different cable to use. Some cables may only provide a power connection and don’t actually transfer data.
- Try another USB port on your computer.
Is the cable good but you still can’t see the MICROBIT drive? Hmm, you might have a problem with your micro:bit. Try the additional steps described in the fault finding page at microbit.org. If this doesn’t help, you can create a support ticket to notify the Micro:bit Foundation of the problem. Skip the rest of these steps.
Step 2: Check your firmware version
It’s possible that the firmware version on the micro:bit needs an update. Let’s check:
- Go to the MICROBIT drive.
- Open the DETAILS.TXT file.
- Look for a line in the file that says the version number. It should say Version: ...
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If the version is 0234, you NEED to update the firmware on your micro:bit. Go to Step 3 and follow the upgrade instructions.
If the version is 0241, 0243 or higher, you have the right firmware. You can create a support ticket to notify the Micro:bit Foundation of the problem. Skip the rest of these steps.
Step 3: Upgrade the firmware
- Put your micro:bit into MAINTENANCE Mode. To do this, unplug the USB cable from the micro:bit and then re-connect the USB cable while you hold down the reset button. Once you insert the cable, you can release the reset button. You should now see a MAINTENANCE drive instead of the MICROBIT drive like before. Also, a yellow LED light will stay on next to the reset button.
- Drag and drop that file onto the MAINTENANCE drive.
- The yellow LED will flash while the
HEXfile is copying. When the copy finishes, the LED will go off and the micro:bit resets. The MAINTENANCE drive now changes back to MICROBIT.
- The upgrade is complete! You can open the DETAILS.TXT file to check and see that the firmware version changed to the match the version of the
HEXfile you copied.
If you want to know more about connecting the board, MAINTENANCE Mode, and upgrading the firmware, read about it in the micro:bit firmware guide.
Step 4: Wait for the driver updates
Once you’ve updated the firmware, Windows will detect the updated device and install the drivers necessary to enable communication with the micro:bit. This step happens in the background and may take a minute or two.
Step 5: Drag and drop a fresh .hex file
If different editors were used with this board, it may need a reset to bring it back to a known-good state. Do this by dragging a
.hex file containing a simple program onto the drive. You can use the one here. Click on the Download icon below the blocks, then drag and drop the file onto the MICROBIT drive.
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