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Usb devices when ever i use a usb device onto my usb ports of my laptop and press any key of my laptop then the usb device restarts again...

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Do you mean that the USB device unloads and reloads when you hit a key?

Does it do it with a different USB device?

Remove all USB devices, then:
Go to Control Panel > System >Device Manager >Hardware >
Un-install the USB ports, then restart the computer.

Let me know the result.
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2. Verify that the latest BIOS and embedded controller for the ThinkPad system has been installed.

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1. Turn on the computer.
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4. Verify that the USB device and any required drivers were installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
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5. Verify the USB device works on another machine, if available.

6. Verify another USB device, if available, works on this machine.

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8. Verify that external power is attached if required.
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9. Verify that the latest Microsoft Windows Service Pack has been installed for the operating system installed on the computer.
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10. If an operating system was installed from a retail CD, then refer to installing USB 2.0 support on ThinkPad systems.

11. Test the USB port for errors.
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