Reply Guy McDowell April 13, 2016 at 12:30 am Hi Jen, thank you for reading. The list of devices was increased in Windows 98 SE and currently Windows XP has the largest support for plug and play devices. Problem solved. If only the port itself is being replaced the USB hub in Device Manager should be fine. http://admitcore.net/usb-port/usb-ports-not-working-on-windows-xp-sp3.html
Reply SHAIK SHARIF December 13, 2015 at 11:08 am USB suspend method worked like charm. I tried almost every method I could find, no even one worked. I'm going to sound really stupid now but what are chipset drivers?? The USB ports might also not be putting out enough power. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/all-usb-ports-not-working-windows-xp/d2f0c2e6-cd6a-4871-946c-67f2bede1a71
If that doesn’t work, then it’s time to get into Device Manager. Reply Karen Rowland August 6, 2015 at 2:58 pm Hi, nothing worked, had to resort to Microsoft remote assistance who, basically because it was their fault, have remotely reinstalled windows 8.1. Found your page to see if we could fix the problem, but since we can't use the mouse, to get to the star button, how do we access device manager? All Usb Ports Not Working Under the Universal Serial Bus controllers heading, you will right-click on the first USB Host Controller.
Sign in 111 Loading... Usb Not Detected In Windows Xp Your diagnostic procedure is good which may be why no one has responded. Yet that drive works in the other USB ports on your computer. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/255982-45-ports-working My USB ports work fine on pen drives and mouse but not really on mobile phones and external hard drives.
That's all I can think about right now. Usb Port Not Working Windows 7 I uninstalled my USB controllers. If not, you can reinstall the drivers from the motherboard or computer set-up disc, or download them from the manufacturer's site. You might find some useful information in our Ask the Experts section.
I unplugged the USB and then plugged it back in, and the Windows doesn't recognize USB problem began. http://www.techrepublic.com/article/get-it-done-troubleshoot-usb-problems-in-windows-xp/ Obviously, I did reinstall Windows to rule out the driver problem and then tried Linux. Usb Ports Not Working Windows Xp Sp3 Sign in 352 110 Don't like this video? Dead Usb Port You can do that in Device Manager.
what should i do?. http://admitcore.net/usb-port/usb-ports-on-windows-xp-not-working.html Shift+Tab to back Tab. >ALT+Menu Bar Item eg Alt+F for options under the File Menu >Space Key for checking/unchecking checkboxes >Arrow keys for most linear movement across menus >Arrow keys for Sometimes the wire can get damaged where it goes into the mouse or into it's USB end. Reply Guy May 6, 2015 at 6:36 pm Hi, I found a Microsoft support article that might help - How to troubleshoot USB device problems that may occur after a PC Usb Device Not Recognized Windows Xp
I hope these suggestions help. Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Laptop USB ports stopped working by gashomme SOOOO, I just turned the PC off, unplugged the power cord off the system for a min. Check This Out My last thing to try is finding old drivers from ASUS and force feed them to windows...i'm pretty sure i'll get the obsolete message again.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Usb Ports Not Working Windows 10 Your opinion please? Reply Farhann Phoneyy April 28, 2016 at 12:42 pm Hello Guy McDowell.
IT WORKED!THIS MAY BE A ZOMBIE THREAD, YETTTT, it helps out others who may have similar problems. 0Votes Share Flag Back to Peripheral Forum 22 total posts (Page 1 of 3) If not, you can do pretty much everything in Windows without a mouse. Here's how: 1. this contact form The listings show two (2) "Standard enhanced PCI to USB controller"s and (5) "Standard open HCD USB host controller"s.
Reply Guy McDowell June 24, 2016 at 4:06 pm There's one more thing you may want to try. I have not checked the more unusual instruments such as the Kodak DVC on Vista and Windows 7 so I cannot comment on the plug and play support of these latest slide 6 of 8 Updating the BIOS and USB Firmware to Restore the Settings of Windows Ports Though the power settings are restored when you complete a power cycle as explained Remember that you can have powered USB hubs connected to the computer.
the drivers for your motherboard are often referred to as the chipset drivers. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Hi thanks for the advice, I've tried re-installing them but no joy. This is one of those computer issues that happens so rarely, we tend to blame the USB drive itself; just plug it in somewhere else and carry on. thanks for watching!!! It may render your computer useless and force you to take it to a technician.
Thank you sir! Evidently it is a known problem in both operating systems, and there are about a billion updates to "fix" the problem, but none actually work, at least not for me. You know, I've had the same problem with my USB ports, only I have Vista. Please try the request again.
Under certain circumstances this function does not work and may cause USB devices to fail to respond when called. uninstall all the usb devices in device manager, reinstalled windows down to vista.
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