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MY USB(2.0) PORT NOT WORKING

Hi everyone. Iam Joshi.RecentlyI had installed Windows xp service pack3. Suddenly my USB(2.0) Stopped working. So I formatted my system and installed Windows XP SP2. Then also my problem is not solved. When I install drivers Iam getting a message that "Found New Hardware- USB 2.0"  .but when i insert Pendrive 1gb in to usb slot it is not detecting and not showing any message. But when my pendrive is connected to another Computer it is working. My motherboard is Intel 845GV.. Processor Celeron D. Manufacturer LG Titlename: LG MY PC.  Can u Help me to solve this problem. waiting ...........

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Hi,
welcome to fixya.com,sir if u have already uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers and if u have already reinstalled the operating system and if it is still not working then simply replace the system motherboard.

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