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usb error on external disc ?? hub 1-0:1.0:Cannot enable port 2

Hi,

I want connext an external drive STOREX FHD-353 on my Linux 2.6.9-34
WhiteBox
I have following error message "hub 1-0:1.0:Cannot enable port 2. Maybe
the
USB cable is bad. "
Do you have an idea ?

Regards
Philippe

My computer is an  K7AMD, with motherboard Micro star 6167 .
I think computer could onlly work un USB1.0 not USB 2.0.
External Hard drive is running before with another PC that use XP
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