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If the BIOS cannot detect any USB ports then this laptop cannot have an USB port as a boot device, because the firmware BIOS does not support this.
The USB port is useable only when Windows is up and running when the USB driver is operating.
Posted on Apr 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my usb port being not detected
Try downloading usb 2.0 drivers from microsoft.
Also look for drivers for your usb device..
check in device manager under usb devices and see if there is any yellow exclamation points next to any devices.
If that doesn't work your only option is to get a PCMCIA card that does USB 2.0
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: Both pcmcia slots on side
Most likely the motherboard is dying slowly. Usually when devices start dropping off this is the reason. If it isn't in device manager, then it's usually because the motherboard isn't recognizing it as being plugged in. So unless the device is broken, you are most likely looking at replacing your machine. The one way that is quick to figure this out is to download a copy of Ubuntu Linux for free, burn it to a disc, and start your computer with the disc in. Choose the option to try Ubuntu without installing. Once it has you to the desktop plug in your device and see if you can use it. If you can then it is a Windows issue, if you can't, most likely the motherboard is dying. Let me know if this helped.
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
lol no it has nothing to do with your bios. I'm surprised that if you know your way around a bios that you would head there. You need a driver for the mouse. In case you do know more than i am giving credit then here's what to do if you already have the driver. Go into device manager and delete anything under the mouse section that is not your touchpad. then plug the usb mouse back in.
Posted on Sep 07, 2012
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