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joshua_jebaraj

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 4, 2022
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Hey everyone
I am using 14-inch mac book pro. I am using the external monitor using thunderbolt. Recently I started to get USB Accessories Disabled as shown in screenshot.I am connecting only the mouse and keyboard to the monitor via USB A on the monitor. I am having the exact setup with m1 air but not getting any error but on the m1 14 inch the mouse and keyboard frequently disconnects/lags

I tried to following solutions
1. Reseting the mac(Install clean OS)
2. Try to connect to other ports
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I am sure the cable is not the issue because it's working with my m1 air. I tried to look up on the solution on online but couldn't find any working solutions , any suggestions/solutions will be highly appreciated
 

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Fishrrman

macrumors Penryn
Feb 20, 2009
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Get a POWERED USBc hub (that also has USBa ports).

Plug it into a USBc port on the MacBook Pro (NOT into the display).
Then, plug your keyboard and mouse into the hub.
 

joshua_jebaraj

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 4, 2022
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Get a POWERED USBc hub (that also has USBa ports).

Plug it into a USBc port on the MacBook Pro (NOT into the display).
Then, plug your keyboard and mouse into the hub.
Powered usb c Hub Something like this . My Question would be my mac is already getting charged from the display , will it be a problem if we connect multiple power source
 

hendrica

macrumors newbie
Nov 24, 2022
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This issue is also affecting my setup since upgrading to Ventura. Using a Macbook Pro M1 with a Dell external monitor with built in USB hub. Laptop charges fine and displays fine on the monitor but I get the "USB Accessories Disabled" error randomly, even with no USB devices attached to the monitor. Issue was first noticed as I use a Focusrite external soundcard, attched through the monitor, which was diconnecting and reconnecting randomly before eventually it would be disabled and the error shows, but error now appears even without the soundcard attached.

Could this be a bug with Mac OS?
 
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