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Re: HP Media Center
Check in your device manager and look at your usb drivers and make sure there is no yellow question marks by any Usb devices and also make sure its not disabled, See if you can do and update also but make sure you are an line before you update it. Hope your usb start working for you after that
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Not responding to what device? Your computer is getting a litte long in the tooth, if the USB device is a Thumb Drive over 2GB's it may need a Patch/ hotfix. Open HP updates and Windows updates. Or is there another issue.
if you are sure that your mouse and keboard are in good condittion and it is all ps2 port type the problem maybe the system driver for keyboard and mouse of your operating system, please get an extra usb port type keyboard and mouse and plugged it in to your pc and power it on the usb type keyboard and mouse may refresh the system driver and may read again your ps2 type keyboard and mouse.
Look at the front panel of the computer you will see the connections you have. Should be power, reset, power led, usb etc. These are connected to your current motherboard and most times all the connections will be labeled in the case, on the wire connector ends. IE the end that connects to the motherboard. The only exception to this is the usb ports, and they can be hooked up to new usb connectors on the motherboard. Also note, read i said READ the proper way to connect the usb to the motherboard, this is usually a one shot deal, get it wrong and you kill that usb connector.
Try plugging your media reader into another USB port. If it is plugged into a USB hub, then that is your problem, plug it directly into your computer. Although you should be able to daisy chain USB devices, in actuallity that does not seem to be the case. I have found a lot of devices do not like USB hubs. Also you may want to try another USB cable. These things get corrosion on the contacts and sometimes make poor connections when plugged into the computer and/or devices.
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