MacBook Pro :: USB Port Gone After Ejecting External HDD?

Mar 9, 2012

All software uptodate. I have strange issue with USB ports. After ejecting USB drive (external HDD, powered by USB bus), which worked perfectly, USB port does not recognize anything, nor providing power. Turning MBP off and then booting back solves this issue.

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3), MBP 15" 2011

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MacBook Pro :: Ejecting An External Drive?

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I have a Seagate 500gb GoFlex external drive, which I'm using with Time Machine to backup my MacBook Pro. Now, when ever I eject the drive (by right clicking or dragging to trash) it appears to disconnect from my MacBook, but the drive itself continues running, i.e., the lights stay on and I can still here the fans / drive whirring away. This continues unless I pull the USB cable out. Is this normal? Should the drive completely shutdown upon ejecting? Or is simply 'ejecting' from the MacBook enough for 'safe' removal?

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I know it sounds strange, but my Time Machine HDD works only on one USB Port. 

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My MBP 13 inch 8,1 (Early 2011) runs the latest OS X Yosemite Version (10.10.1).

Any other external Drive (Flash drives or HDDs) do work on both USB Ports perfectly.

If i plug in my Time Machine HDD in the left port everything works fine.

If i plug in my Time Machine HDD in the right port it isn't even listed as an unmounted device in Disc Utility.

I connect the USB port directly from the HDD to my MBP (without USB hubs or anything else in between).

I am not sure but i believe that both USB Ports are internally connected to one USB Port, so i know its a strange issue i am having here. 

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I have just ordered a new MacBook Pro and it does not have enough USB ports for my needs.If I have a USB 3.0 hub and I mix USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 peripherals on it, will the whole hub/computer USB 3.0 port be slowed down to USB 2.0 speeds?I am thinking back to Firewire, if you have Firewire 800 and 400 devices on the same chain, the whole chain slowed to Firewire 400 speeds.I don't think this is the same with USB but wanted some reassurance..

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Feb 20, 2012

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Apr 21, 2012

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Jun 13, 2012

I have inserted a data DVV with 3 QT video files on it, roughly 1 GB each. It took a long time to mount, and then when trying to copy a QT file to the desktop it started but aborted giving an error message. Playing the the .mov file from the DVD itself was very slow and juddery. 

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