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USB not woking

After installation of bios updatation of D845GVSR i am unable to access USB.power is ok for the devices which i connected to USB cable

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As simple as it sounds , make sure the option in the bios relating to usb is not set on disable. Sometimes when you update the bios it restores all default bios settings automatically. The default for usb might be disabled , just check and make sure USB is switched on.

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