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4 port USB hub not working...

After cleaning up the desk, my 4 Port USB hub has stopped working, it will work up to the point that windows starts to load and then it will turn off.

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Try connecting the hub to another USB port. You may even connect this same device to another computer and check if that works. This will help isolate the issue better.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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