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Usb 4ports malfunction.not recognized.

Usb 4ports malfunctioned.not recognized.
BUT THE SYSTEM PROMPTS ME THAT IT IS READY TO USE (UNKNOWN DEVICE)
THAT THE SOFTWARE FOR THIS DEVICE IS SUCCESSFULLY INSTALLED.

its in red led when i plug the device into it.why?

the unit Is : TOSHIBA SATELLITE A135-S2386 NOTEBOOK
PART NUMBER: PASD6U-01D00D

HOW TO FIX THIS? ANYONE CAN GIVE GOOD SOLUTION? OR ELSE I AM LOOKING FORWARD OF SOMEBODY CAN QOUTE FOR ME OF HOW MUCH IT COST FOR FIXING THIS PROBLEM.

JUST EMAIL: dacphill@yahoo.com

THANK YOU.

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  • dacphill Nov 17, 2008

    i did to check it in device manager.i done to disable and then enable it then update it.but still when i plug the device it say not recognized.and it just a red lid.unknown device the system say

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Check if the USB drivers installed properly form device Manager in control panel.
If so please update driver from Toshiba web.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

  • Chester Harvards
    Chester Harvards Nov 17, 2008

    Sound like the the USB port on your laptop was faulty,have to re-solder the pins of USB port on PCB/motherboard. But it only can be done by Component level repair tech and not cheap at all.



    I can help if you are in Sydney.

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