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'[PIC] version of Windows XP for PICDEM FS USB'
2005\08\11@103519 by Pierre B

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I installed a PICDEM FS USB Demo board and I've problems with the reconizing of the PIC when I am using the reset : without great reason, the PIC (and other USB devices) is not reconize any more. I have to reactivate my USB root hub.
It's quite irritating !!
So I've also installing it on an other PC with a more recent version of windows XP. (the first doesn't have the Service Pack) And the board functions correctly without any problem. I've deducted this problem comes from the version of WindowsXP. Did somebody identify the update which misses me ? Has somebody had the same error ?
regards,
PiR

               
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2005\08\11@224920 by Chen Xiao Fan

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Why not update to Windows SP 2? Now at least SP1 is required to be
able to update Windows anyway. SP2 is a must anyway for security
reasons.

Regards,
Xiaofan

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2005\08\12@075124 by Gerhard Fiedler

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Chen Xiao Fan wrote:

>> From: Pierre B [spam_OUTatalantedecrisseTakeThisOuTspamyahoo.fr]
>>
>> [...] a more recent version of windows XP. (the first doesn't have the
>> Service Pack)
>
> Why not update to Windows SP 2? Now at least SP1 is required to be
> able to update Windows anyway. SP2 is a must anyway for security
> reasons.

Not only SP2 -- every published patch. Most of the infection waves that
brought Windows security so much into the public spotlight were caused by
security breaches for which patches had been available for a long time.

The whole idea of public scrutiny making systems more secure (basically the
philosophy behind open source security) relies on people actually patching
their systems after security holes have been discovered. That goes for
Linux just the same as for Windows. If they don't, the systems are much
less secure after the publication than before, for obvious reasons.

You don't want to start the next infection wave, do you? :)  

Gerhard

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