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Usually this happens whenthe software for the usb ports' controller is not as current as it should be.
check your computer manufacturers' website for and updated driver. USB 2.0 is what you are looking for. This can work in reverse also , if you are using a legacy USB device (mouse) and try to use USB 2.0 devices on the same controller it can cause problems as well. A new USB mouse is inexpensive, but always check the BIOS and make sure all USB ports are running and that the controller is enabled for them with current drivers.
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