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Run the software diagnostic comign with your computer, or download from your computer supplier and fix it.
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Posted on Jul 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The one here is version A03. I don't see options for setting IRQ's.
Except for the main, under each tab on the BIOS page, there is a menu item "F9 Setup Defaults". Selecting "F9" loads the factory settings for items on the page. ("F9" on any may load all, but I'm not sure) I saw a "Legacy" for USB, I would have that enabled. The default settings must work regardless of the BIOS version.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
SOURCE: USB port malfunction?
I have the same computer and had the same problem. I re-installed everything, returning the PC to new/out of the box condition. This didn't fix the problem. So, I decided it could only be a failure of the onboard USB controller.
I ordered a new USB 2.0 PCI Card (low profile size for the small case) from StarTech for $20 (ordered from Officedepot.com).
Installation instructions are vague, so, if you're running XP or Vista, there are one or two important things to do before placing the card in your machine.
First, go to the hardware manager and uninstall the modem, since you'll be removing this from the one and only PCI slot. Second, DO NOT remove the current USB controllers, rather DISABLE them (disable the top two lines on the USB tree list -- This will make the USB Hub and Unknown Devices below those disappear). This will allow XP or Vista to properly recognize the new StarTech card after install and install new USB controller drivers rather than trying to use the existing ones.
By the way, if you're running XP or Vista, you won't need to install the CD that came with the StarTech card.
So, this solved my problem. It's a $20 fix, but necessary. I hope this info helps.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
download new drivers from driver detective..
or click bharatgulati.blogspot.com.
i do hv 1 problem..
"iam getting yellow vertical lines at startup screen..the lines are moving.system hangs after few sec. & sometimes it works perfectly.cant even format the system as it hangs.help"
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
try installing the Microsoft universal Audio Architecture before installing the audio driver
If it does not rectify the issue install sp2
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
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