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Usb port not recognising devices and mouse pad not responding

My mouse pad is not working as it used. all the usb port do not recognise any device inserted

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Hello there. It sounds as if your motherboard (bios) is not configured correctly, or your windows drivers somehow got corrupted. check in your MoBo's manual to see how to access it's bios options. and make sure that your onboard usb options are enabled.

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hey Windows 7 stated, first time here in days, nobody ever tells OS.
you are a winner for savvy award 1000
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your LT now has 2 mice, and if you run 2 mice what happens
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