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ONE OF MY 2 USB PORTS DOES NOT WORK ON MY DELL LATITUDE D600. I TRIED THE FOLLOWING FIX, >START>RUN> DEVMGMT.MSC AND UNINSTALLED ALL USB CONTROLLERS, RESTARTED MY LAPTOP (WITH WIN XP PRO) WHICH REINSTALLED THEM. THE USB PORT STILL DOES NOT WORK. CAN YOU RECOMMEND ANOTHER FIX OR IS THIS PROBABLY A HARDWARE PROBLEM? THANKS FOR YOUR HELP, ROGER.

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Hi Roger,

The Windows command you used to uninstall the USB port is correct. If they all work bar one, then i think its safe to say it's possibly a hardware issue.

The only other fix i can think of is to update the BIOS with the latest version from the Dell support website.



Good luck.

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