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USB is not working

When i connect USB cable or card reader my USB doest not detect the USB. & I check in device manager USB drivers show all are installed correctly.

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  • raju_raju Feb 09, 2008

    usb not working

  • DboyTech Wiz Dec 04, 2008

    the asus a8n-vm: was given this board with the knowledge that the USB ports supplied power yet lacked functionality as valid IO ports. what a waste. have done my research all across this google'd web of ours and have since to find a solution.

    i installed a pci slot usb card which does work (be it inly 2 ports and i have no hub so....) showing the connected devices under the device manager properties with the respected current rating/draw.

    btw, this mobo has awesome download thru-put speeds uncanny of any board i've ever seen, sometimes up to 2000kb/s a second from my ISP newserver when they really only allow 250kb/s.

    can'y really overclock on this thing but its better than a P4 anyday

    krispykreemd


  • mr town Dec 18, 2008

    I used to be able to use the onboard USB ports but then suddenly they stopped working, i have a PCI USB card and they are working fine.

    My motherboard is ASUS K8N-VM


  • do-it-myself Jan 26, 2009

    I have A8N-VM CSM and have no working USB ports.
    The CMOS/BIOS settings are not the problem.
    The problem seems to be well documented by many users complaining at the ASUS website.
    I was using WinXP SP2 then reinstalled Vista on fresh hard drive.
    Although Device Manager shows functioning USB they do not work.
    Disappointed that ASUS has not addressed the problem.
    Which makes me reluctant to purchase a replacement ASUS board.
    Will probably switch brands.

    I saw a post that said put the CMOS battery in backwards for 30 seconds then reboot and set CMOS to default settings.
    Saw another that said turn off USB 2.0 support.
    None of this produced results.
    As IT manager for medium sized company I have had to diagnose
    lots of problems, this one appears to be hardware.
    Plain and simple.

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Go to bios set up..go peripherals select usb---- select enable then save settings..ok doc very easy

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