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USB 2.0 port not supporting for multi-use

Once one USB port is used for some purpose, other USB port is not recognising the Pen drive etc. and mal-functioning starts.

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Check the driver status of usb ports, or check all the usb port of *********** board sepeartely,

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PEN DRIVE IS NOT RECOGNISED BY DRIVER.


Hi,
Normally you don't need a special driver for usual pen drives. Are you properly removing it via the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the system tray (in right corner, near the clock on the taskbar)? If you don't use the Safely remove Hardware command, then you pen drive can be damaged. Try it in other ports or check it for proper function by connecting it to another PC.

If this is the solution for your problem, please rate my post, otherwise give us more details.

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Try Updating your System Bios from
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=P5S800-VM

Version 1023

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1. Copy the ROM file in a pen drive
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3. Restart your m/c and press Del Key and Enter Setup
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Usb problem


You shouldn't need the USB driver 2.0 from mercury because windows installs this with SP2. Suggest you un-install what you installed from mercury & update your version of windows (completley), through "Windows Update". Once windows is all updated & you have finished with a reboot. Plug your pen drive in a opened usb port. Open windows explorer. Scroll down & you should see an icon (left side of explorer), thats named like, Removable Disk. Give windows time to see the device. After a few minutes if your pen device does not show up try another usb port. One you know does work. If after a couple of minutes go by & you still don't see the device listed in explorer I would say the device is defective. Your Mp4 uses a cable to connect to the usb. Try connecting to another PC's usb port. It is possible the cable is dirty or bad.

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