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Have problem with host controler,so one of the root USB read unknown device

My computer have problem with host controler

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If USB is enabled in BIOS or EFI but the USB host controller does not appear in Device Manager (under Universal Serial Bus controllers), or a yellow warning icon appears next to the host controller name, then the version of BIOS or EFI may be outdated. Contact the maker or vendor for your computer and obtain the current version of BIOS or EFI.
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  2. Click the Device Manager tab to display the Device Manager window as shown at the right. (For Windows 2000 systems, click the Hardware tab and then the Device Manager button.
  3. In the Device Manager list, click the + sign next to Universal serial bus controller.
  4. Verify that a USB host controller and a USB root hub are listed below Universal serial bus. image002.jpg
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  1. Follow the instructions of your computer to view the BIOS settings. These settings are sometimes called CMOS settings or system setup.
  2. To view the BIOS settings, press a key, such as F2 or Delete, just after you turn on the computer. Instructions often appear on the screen briefly when you turn on the computer. Also check the instructions and manuals provided with your computer.
  3. Look for USB Interface or a similar setting in the Advanced Setup, Peripheral Configuration or another section of your computer BIOS settings.
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  1. USB controller or root hub disabled in Windows Device Manager
  1. Right-click My Computer on the Windows desktop and then click Properties.
  2. Click the Device Manager tab. (On Windows 2000 and XP systems, click the Hardware tab and then the Device Manager button.)
  3. In the Device Manager list, click the + sign next to Universal serial bus controller.
  4. Click the line in the Device Manager containing the red X.
  5. Click the Properties button. (On Windows 2000 and XP systems, click Properties on the Action menu.)
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However, Belarc tells me that on my Acer 5630 i have listed under "Bus adapters" the following:
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