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Usb port is not detecting pen drives

I am using Windows XP SP2 and Fedora 7,in which usb port is not detecing pen drives,mouse & bluetooth devices but it can detect data cables and speakers.Pls suggest me.

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Dear ... If u have msi 945 motherboard driver cd or u can download this from their site ... This cd contains all the drivers for xpsp2 ... U will get the vga and sound driver from it... ALSO if intel motherboard then sound driver is soundmax ...hope it will help u

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Fiend your solution direct from mercury. Here is your solution.....
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http://www.mercury.com/motherboard/prob676ijt65/solution

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Insert the usb pendrive first then check the setting i have given becoz it will be shown only when pendrive is inserted
go to the       conntrol pannel > system > hardware >device manager > system devices (here check what is not installed removed that / or  update that item.... after installing that component sucessfully check usb pendrive again.


If ............ not check this one
Control  pannel > system > hardware >device manager > universal serial bus controller (here check what is it showing if unknown devices remove/uninstall it then install again/(scan for hardware changes) the device will be installed agin then use the pendrive.


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Mercury 865 mother board disk are missing please give me sound & vga driver

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