Question about HP Pavilion dv6105us Notebook
Seems both USB ports are dead. Tested both with numerous usb devices
that work well on all other laptop in the office.Reinstalled two "fixes" from HP Tech Support. Attempted System Recovery to two month ago. No change in system so would not restore to that point. Was working properly until day before yesterday.
First go into Device manager and see if there is a Yellow! or a Red (x) next to any of the USB ports. If so right click and there will be a tab with solutions. If that doesn't get you anywhere go into BIOS and search for all of the USB ports. You should be able to add or turn onto Automatic to get them going. USB is simply a port, so some kind of the way the ports either got shut off or they are blocked.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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Have you checked drivers not only for the usb, but for the chipset of the system itself. Also, have you installed service pack 2?
Might also just visually inspect for troublesome fingers in the ports themselves; often get bent and short out.
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