USB Controller on bus XX received an unrecoverable error interrupt.

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  1. thepawn macrumors 6502

    thepawn

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    This is new... so started sometime this morning randomly:

    Code:
    Feb 16 06:27:20 Tron kernel[0]: error interrupt.  Attempting to fix (0)
    Feb 16 06:27:20 Tron kernel[0]: WARNING: AppleUSBAudio has detected that clock_get_uptime () value changed radically from previous values
    Feb 16 06:27:20 Tron kernel[0]: USBF:	351921.589	USB Controller on bus 32 received an unrecoverable error interrupt.  Attempting to fix (0)
    Feb 16 06:27:20 Tron kernel[0]: USBF:	351921.590	USB Controller on bus 32 received an unrecoverable error interrupt.  Attempting to fix (0)
    Feb 16 06:27:21: --- last message repeated 2 times ---
    Feb 16 06:27:20 Tron kernel[0]: USBF:	351921.591	USB Controller on bus 32 received an unrecoverable error interrupt.  Attempting to fix (0)
    Feb 16 06:27:21: --- last message repeated 1 time ---
    Feb 16 06:27:20 Tron kernel[0]: USBF:	351921.591	USB Controller on bus 0 received an unrecoverable error interrupt.  Attempting to fix (0)
    
    In the GUI I was getting the old "One or more of your USB devices has been disabled because it was drawing too much power" errors.

    When I went to just give the machine a restart, it wouldn't restart (stuck on black screen with fans wailing away) until I pulled my Sonnet Allegro PCIe USB card out.

    The only thing connected to it was my Bose Companion 5 USB speakers (which don't seem to work well through hubs, so I bought the Sonnet Allegro to direct connect them)

    Thoughts? Anyone else run into this? The Allegro was in the machine for a week now as well as the BOSE speakers being hooked up to it. Out of nowhere this started this morning.
     
  2. thepawn thread starter macrumors 6502

    thepawn

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