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Can not access usb port

Dear expert,
i have hp notebook and now there is a problem with usb port.
i already try use flashdisk 1GB, 2GB, external cd-rom and it work normally.
But if i connect to external disk 2,5" or 3,5" for 40Gb, 100Gb and other, it become upnormally. My notebook hang a moment. Double click USB icon on the right down can not work. After i remove the device from the usb port, notebook working normal. Pls, the info about this.
Thx for all.

eddy

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Open control panel, see system device manager, then see if the USB ports have a ? or !...reinstall them, and this might work out well.

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