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Although it is possible that the operating system could be the source of your problem, it is more likely that the correct "drivers" are not installed for your chipset. Drives are programs that Windows uses to communicate with your computer's hardware. The drivers act like translators between your computer and the chipset which controls your usb ports. What it sounds like to me is that you need to download the correct drivers for your laptop's motherboard chipset. Drivers can usually be found fairly easily with a simple google search. Something like driver download and then the model of your computer. Happy hunting. :)
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
Try to reinstall ur os
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