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ALL OF MY USB PORTS STOPED WORKING

DEVICE MANAGER RECOGNIZE THEM BUT NOT RESONDE

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Try safe mode. If it still fails, delete them in device manager. Also try restoring defaults in the bios especialy if its an older system.

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