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None of the USB hubs work (MB: P5NSLI)

Yesterday everything worked perfect. Today none fo the USB hubs work. BIOS settings are enabled. Also removed USB controllers and rebooted. Nothing works. Thanks.

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The reboot did not locate new hardware?
Do they still make a usb card that will plug intio the PCI slot? If so way to go is just put one in. or new MoBo

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I want to update my bios


Oh?

Kvpsy,

The information tells me;

1) Operating System: Windows XP Pro with Service Pack 3 (SP/3)

2) Processor: (CPU) Intel Pentium 4, 3.06GHz,
(Or also stated as 3.066MegaHertz) {3.066MHz}
Uses an LGA775 processor socket.

Front Side Bus = 133MHz.
(Intel processors are 'Quad Pumped'. 133MHz is the Internal Clock. 533MHz is the External Clock.
4 x 133 = 532. Number is rounded up to 533)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_4_microprocessors#Prescott_.2890.C2.A0nm.29_2

Scroll down.
Prescott Core, 90nm architecture.
Pentium 4 HT model 524.
sSpec number on top of the Processor, (Heatsink removed), is either
SL8ZZ, or SL9CA

3) Motherboard manufacturer name, and model number:
Intel D101GGC
Version AAD357

3) Motherboard chipset:
ATI Radeon Xpress RC410 = Northbridge chip

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_ATI_chipsets#Comparison_of_Northbridges_2

IXP450/SB450 = Southbridge chip

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_ATI_chipsets#Comparison_of_Southbridges_2

4) GPU: (Graphics Processing Unit, or slang = graphics chipset)
Built into the motherboard chipset; ATI Radeon 200 series with 256MB's of graphics ram memory.
(? Really? I would think more like 64MB for Integrated Graphics.
Are you running a graphics card, in the PCI-Express slot on the motherboard? Got one in one of the PCI slots?)

5) Ram Memory:
2 Ram memory slots
DDR Sdram at 400MegaHertz. Also known as PC3200.

Maximum TOTAL amount is 2048MB. (2GB)
Amount of ram memory that installed now, 1024MegaByte. (Or also stated as 1GigaByte)
960MB is what shows.
(64MB's of ram memory is being borrowed)

32MB DRAM modules. Memory module/s ('Stick') use 5 Volts (DC)
60nanosecond to 70ns, Cas Latency of 3. (CL3)

6) Harddrive:
IDE
Western Digital WD1600AABS
150GB

7) Optical Drive:
IDE (EIDE really)
Manufacturer = LG Electronics
Model number = GH22NP21
DVD burner drive

8) C-Media CMI8738 audio (Sound) chipset

9) RTL 8139 Ethernet chipset

10) Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) manufacturer = Phoenix/Award.
Version = 6.00PG
Release date = 04/20/2006
BIOS String ID = GC11010N.86A.0311.2006.0420.1525

NOW, the message you received is -

SUGGESTION: Are you looking for a BIOS upgrade?

System BIOS is more than 2 years old. (WELL NO KIDDING!!)

Video BIOS is more than 2 years old. (Yeah? AND?)

A) AS SOON as you purchase a motherboard, the BIOS program is ALREADY out of date.

BIOS upgrades are made about 2 weeks, after the motherboard hits the market.

TWO WEEKS!!

What does this mean?

It means LEAVE IT ALONE.

If everything is working OK, DO NOT perform a BIOS upgrade.

Why?

Because for;
1) IF, the power goes out to your house/business, when you are downloading, the BIOS upgrade WILL NOT be completed.
What does that mean?
Take the motherboard out of your computer, and use it for a Frisbee.

2) IF, the BIOS upgrade is too new, and/or NOT compatible, AND if you do not save the old BIOS version, take the motherboard out of your computer, and use it for a Frisbee.

IS there a cure for ruining the BIOS program in your BIOS chipset, on your motherboard, and downloading, and installing the original one?

SURE!

Take it to a PRO, who will download the ORIGINAL BIOS, to a Floppy Disk, (Or disks), using an internal Floppy Disk drive, connected with a floppy disk ribbon cable, to your floppy drive connection on your motherboard, and put it on your motherboard.

MAYBE.

(Not shouting. Illustrating a point)

OR, if the BIOS chipset is removable, (It is soldered on the motherboard), perhaps another BIOS chipset is available, for a PRO to solder the good one back on the motherboard.

You HAVE been advised.

BIOS upgrade download page,

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d101ggc/sb/CS-021749.htm

Motherboard Manual,

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d101ggc/sb/CS-021718.htm

Regards,
joecoolvette

Jun 16, 2012 | Intel Computers & Internet

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None of my usb ports work. Help!


  1. restart the computer 
  2. to to bios setup 
  3. enable the usb port  or use auto detect settings 
  4. save changes 
  5. restart the computer 

Apr 09, 2010 | Dell Dimension 5150 (DIM515MIN) PC Desktop

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None of the USB ports on my Compaq Presario R


Hi there!

Have you tried checking your BIOS? Pls make sure that the on board USB setting are enabled...this should fall under the integrated peripherals...

Hope it helps!

Feb 23, 2010 | HP Compaq Presario R4000 Notebook

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None of 2 usb ports work, drivers fine in device manager tried uninstall ane restart, drivers all install no issue ,, usb still not working


measure the voltage of the usb ports. if it is higher than 5v, than you have a problem. in this case you have to buy a usb hub and connect it through the pcm cia port.
but for your safety reinstall your os first and see if this happeneds again

Jan 27, 2010 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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My usb ports on the back of my motherboard dont work


Check that the USB and LAN functions are enabled in the board's BIOS setting. If everything is set properly and they still don't work, you could have a bad motherboard. Check into the warranty if the board is new enough, or just use expansion cards to replace the lost functions.

Jan 27, 2009 | EliteGroup PM800M2 Motherboard

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Usb port issues


You could try uninstalling the USB items in Device Manager and allow them to be reinstalled. Also verify USB is enabled in the BIOS.

Dec 06, 2008 | Acer Aspire 5580 Notebook

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P5NSLI USB will not work


hi mickeymaas,

please have it check in your bios if its enable or not, if its not then have it enable and restart your computer, this usually happens when we did not properly remove usb devices . If you dont know how to go to bios, just remove the other devices and restart your pc
then put all those devices back., except for the mouse and the keyboard.

:) Allen

Jun 12, 2008 | ASUS Motherboard, nForce 570 SLI, Core 2,...

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I recently purchased a reconditioned computer. none of the USB ports are working. is there a way to enable them?


Sometimes USB can be enabled in BIOS set-up.
Most often it is the chipset that needs updating.

If USB support is enabled in BIOS, Then download eversesthome
run the program click on the <+> by motherboard, Click on chipset
click on NORTHBRIDGE, google chipset id for updates.

Apr 22, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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USB ports no longer working


After all done,
Did you think of replacing motherboard?

Feb 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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USB Ports


one way would be to download and install latest device drivers from the net. it should help.. if you are using win XP, there is likely a BIOS or Windows configuration problem. On some computers there is a configuration option in the BIOS that asks whether an IRQ should be assigned to USB. Although the option's actual wording varies among BIOS manufacturers, you must enable this option by setting it to either On or Yes (depending on your BIOS manufacturer and BIOS version). Otherwise no USB devices will work on XP. A problem with Windows XP’s USB Controller configuration can also prevent any USB devices from working. To determine whether the USB controllers are working properly, open Device Manager and expand the Universal Serial Bus Controllers node. Beneath this node, you should see a USB Universal Host Controller and a USB Root Hub. Depending on your PC, there will either be a USB Universal Host Controller and a USB Root Hub listed for each of your computer’s USB ports or a USB Universal Host Controller and USB Root Hub for multiple ports

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