Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Hi, You can try uninstalling all of your USB in your Device Manager then reboot. Normally Windows will auto detect and auto reinstall. If still a no go, do it again but on restart, go to your BIOS and disable temporarily your USB, reboot. Confirm that no USB is installed in your Device Manager. Reboot, go to BIOS again, enable USB, save, restart. If the above does not solve the problem, it is possible that you may have a hardware issue. If a desktop, hopefully it is the front panel USB port (where your sis's MP3 was plugged in), physically disable that USB port by opening your case and removing the front panel USB wires to your motherboard. Hope this works out for you and give you an idea. Good luck anf kind regards.
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
If none of your USB ports work on your PC, then it could be possible that your USB chip set controller driver got corrupted. I would 1st check the device manager at the very end of the list indicating "universal serial bus controllers", check to see if their is any exclamatiom marks or question marks indicating a possible driver problem. At your own risk you can try refreshing your USB chip set, I would highly recommend to check to see if your keyboard and mouse is a Non-USB interface if they are then refreshing the usb ports will disable your keyboard\mouse no navigation avail. If this is the case then I would try a different route by reinstalling your USB drivers. On the other hand if they are P/S2 interface's then you can refresh the USB controller; Go into the device manager at the end of the list "universal serial bus controller" click on the (+) symbol and locate any listing that includes "universal host controller" you may have more then one, once you locate them right click and delete them. Once deleted restart PC and windows should refresh the USB controllers. Please note this only applies to Windows 2000 & XP.
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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