Question about Toshiba Satellite M105 Notebook
You mean, USB. USB's have 5.0 volts power supply with current limit and protection. this means that up to certain extent, if you encounter a short circuit from the USB device, the port is well protected. However there will be instances when a defective USB device is plugged in the port will damage the port. There is most probably a small PCB mounted fuse that needs to be replaced. This will be difficult to find and should be sent to a qualified service center. On the other hand, you can buy a PCMCIA (cardbus) USB adaptor for less than $30 and you will have 2 or even 4 ports in your machine.
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