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Usb ports do not seem to work

I have swaped my old compaq evo for an acer veritron 56000G but i can not get usb ports to work for web cam and i can not get comp to recognise when flash drive is installed ? can you sugest anything ?

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Try finding the BUS controler for ur computer online and see if u can reinstall it, or u can try pluging in the web cam then unpluging the comupter from the wall, not powered off, and see if the computer can find it

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