I need to have the right usb drivers drivers because the ones i have know tells me that they work properly but they do not.I also need to know the name for the soundcard so i can buy one.there is no card in the computer. I have both this computer used. Looking forward to some help My Email: email@example.com
have u not got onboard sound looks like the picture above on back of pc?also agree with Nitrotrike:bit more information.Is this a new build maybe the usb are not connected right ? need more info please
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Your USB ports on your computer are plug and play. If you have issues with your USB port, it is port related, driver related or device related. The following solutions will help you identify the problem to resolve your USB port issues.
To Identify a Working USB Port
Begin troubleshooting your USB ports by checking Device Manager to see if your USB ports or hubs are working properly.
Click the Start button. ClickControl Panel.
ClickSystem and Maintenance.
Double-clickUniversal Serial Bus controllersand check to see if all your USB ports, hubs and controllers are functioning correctly. Any devices not functioning will have a yellow exclamation mark in front of them.
If Device Manager shows any USB ports, hubs or controllers are not functioning, check for updated drivers.
To Update the USB Port Driver
An out-of-date BIOS driver can create issues with your system recognizing the USB port.
If ALL the usb ports have stopped working, this is a problem with the USB controller. The short answer is that you cannot easily repair this. In all probability, the controller, or a circuit trace to it has blown or shorted. You would need to get another motherboard.
If one is still working, then you can get a PCIMCIA card to usb port that will give you 2-4 extra ports, but this will only work if at east one of your existing usb ports is still functioning
I'm not completely certain, but I think the USB hub will be part of the mainboard, which means you won't be able to replace the port. However if you do have at least one USB port that works you can use a USB hub , this should work as I know Rock band comes with one.
I can't guarantee a generic third party one will work for definite but it's worth a shot.
You need to reinstall your usb drivers. For that first go to my computer property ->hardware -> device manager then right click on usb drivers and uninstall all usb drivers 1 by 1. Then restart computer then check . If problem still remain then enter in bios setup then go to ide or advanced option then enable "Legacy 2.0" then save settings then restart . soem times old computer not supports new usb high speed device .
So maybe you need to install the drivers for the USB device you are trying to connect. Also, with the computer off, try cleaning all USB ports and plugs. You can buy electrical cleaner in a spray can at Radio Shack. Let it dry thoroughly before powering up. But to me it sounds like a driver problem. Unless maybe your USB BUS is going bad.
As you stated the device works in one slot but not the other , tells you there is problem with that usb port , don't use those ports , best thing to do is purchase a PCI USB card if you need more USB ports .
Reinstall your USB drivers: Navigate to Device manager, find a branch named "USB Controllers" or similar Right click the one thats the problem (or all of them if you dont know which), select Uninstall Reboot your machine and windows will autodetect the USBs and reinstall their drivers.
I seem to have exactly the same problem.
I don't know if you installed the USB cable driver, and already tried selecting the proper port in the Samsung software.
To determinate if the cable driver is properly installed and which COM port it has asigned, right click on my computer (in your desktop or the start menu), click on properties, go to the hardware tab, click on the device manager button, expand the ports thingy, and look up for USB data cable or something similar from the device list. Find out the COM port then go to the samsung software and select that port from the list in the configuration window. Close and re start the program (or press F3, don't know if it works in all versions of the software)
I really hope it doesn't works, because then it's a problem of the software and not of my own phone!!! Anyway post here your results so I can tell.