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USB ports going south...

I have an eMachines Model T3882 that I believe is having a motherboard issue. The motherboard is an Intel D865GVHZ. The USB ports have all quit working. I have disabled them in BIOS and removed them from Device Manager (Win XP SP2), then re-enabled it in BIOS and let PnP find them - which it does and it says they are all properly installed. However, nothing that I plug in to any of the USB ports works anymore (printer, digital camera, iPod)...printers are "off line" and the iPod is reported as not being recoginezed by Windows because it has "malfunctioned". This happens with 2 different iPods. Thoughts?

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This web site has some pretty comprehensive information about USB including a driver utility to find the latest drivers. And it has a really useful troubleshooting guide.
http://www.usbman.com/Troubleshooter%20General.htm

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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