Three basic steps to detecting a problem with a peripheral

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Apple itself limits itself to referring any questions, problems or help to a single section of the system: The System Profile and its contents to detect any faults.

  • System profile. This is the first, and key, entry point in detecting any problem related to a peripheral. The failure test is as simple as checking if the peripheral is displayed in the section of USB devices connected to the computer. If your device does not appear in this list, it is most likely that you have a problem with it. Remember to always check for software updates or if you have previously installed a program to recognize the peripheral.
  • Power problems. Some USB ports or HUBs may have certain power problems with equipment that requires a high power load. From the USB section in the System Profile we can also check the available power of the equipment and if everything is working correctly in this aspect.
  • Connection problems. At this point, nothing works, it’s time to try two pretty basic steps. If you use a HUBUSB, disconnect it and use the peripheral directly, in case your peripheral is already connected directly, try another port.

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