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Replace broken usb port on acer laptop


The usb ports are usually soldered to the motherboard, in some cases repair shops can re solder new ones to it but sometimes its best to just replace the entire motherboard. or in this case laptop

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Replace broken usb port on lenovo g550 laptop


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you will have to remove the covers and the keyborad and the keyboard base plate. on lenovo g550, the single usb on the right side is replaceable easily since it is conneted with a flat cable to motherboard,but, the two usb ports on the let side are soldered on the motherboard and hence you have to remove the motherboard and desolder the broken ones and solder new cnnectors in their place. need experience in getting to e motherboard and remove it. see the youtube link for lenovo g550 laptop disassemble and assembling.mp4.

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Usb ports broken


The USB ports will need to be replaced in order for the computer to function normally, damaged ports cause erratic operation to shutdown problems in some cases, the laptop needs to be dis-assembled down to the motherboard level to address the issue.

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The usb ports are boken can I buy replacement parts


It will be hard. Your laptop should have more than 1 usb port (unless all are broken). You can buy usb hub (3 or 4 ports) for a very cheap price online to use with one of your good usb port.

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Dell dimension 5100 - usb ports on motherboard are broken


Flashing Amber is normally power supply

http://www.fixya.com/support/r4282412-find_no_post_diagnostic_information_dell

The USB ports are part of the motherboard

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Do you have to replace the mother board for USB replacements


Hello, yes you are right for that USB replacement you need to replace the motherboard, as USB port is Onboard.

Cheaper solution... there are adapters available that can convert your serial port to USB. Then purchase a 4 (or more) USB hub, to plug into that.

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if you sure the usb ports are broken replace it..can replace that one. ethier second hand or new... if the device is available.......


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can i know in which the ports are broken,,,in your player end or on the mother board...

if its on the player you can..you need to change the player

if its on the mother board avail warranty and get the board replaced or

you can buy the usb attachment alone from the shop that fits into the slot on the mother board ....

or for temporary use you can use your friends system

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If the ps2 port on the main board is broken you will need to replace the board. If this is the case and your computer has usb ports on it just go out and buy a usb mouse.

 

If the part that is broken is from the mouse by using tweezers try to gently remove the broken part from the board. if unsuccessful use the usb port with a usb mouse.

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