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HP Pavilion dv9000 usb ports stopped working - PC Desktops

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  • tarawood Nov 17, 2008

    yes it is all the USB ports and I check and there are no exclamation points; it says everything is working correctly. the printer is not detected when plugged into a USB port; a standard optical mouse is not detected (doesn't light up on the underside) when plugged into a different USB port. when I plug in my Ipod to a USB port...nothing is detected.



    I deleted the drivers and rebooted the machine...the machine said it found new hardware, installed the drivers...and still the same thing...no working USB ports.

  • tattoodavid Nov 25, 2008

    I have the same problems i tried the solutions offered and nothings worked. i have a hard time believing its a hardware issue because all 4 usbs went out at the same time. anyone have any other ideas? my notebook is a hp pavilion
    9410us

  • fixyajf May 11, 2010

    Is it all the USB ports or specific ones? Check the Device manager (right click My computer, select Properties, click Hardware tab, select Device Manager) to dee if there are any exclamation point or question marks.

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With what you've tried, more than likely the USB ports are bad on your laptops motherboard. You need to contact a HP repair center and send it in. Hopefullu it is still under warranty. Here is the support website.

http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/contact_us.html

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