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Solutionto determinethe cause ofdamage: 1.Ifyouhave a USB mouse, use themouse tocheck thedamage tothe USBport.Example:connect themouseto theUSB 1,USB 2,USB3 orUSB4.IfeveryUSB port,mouseis detected, the conclusionnormal USBport 2.To check yourcomputer's drivers, right-clickMy Computer-Properties- Hardware-DeviceManager
3.Ifpoints1 and 2 arenormal,the possibility offlashdrivedamaged. Because thenewflashdrive,flashdriveis most likelynormal.Based on experience,causedamage tothe flashdrive is aUSBport isdirty.The USB portis dirty,cancauseshort-circuitflash drive.The characteristics ofshort-circuitflashdrive.Wheninsertedintoa USBflash drive(about 5seconds),the temperature ofthe flash drivebecomeextremelyhot.Ifthere are problemslikethis,immediatelyunplug theflashdrive,topreventpermanent damage.
change the mouse battery and there is a button named connect on mouse keep pressing the connect button for 3-4 minuts and keep mouse near wireless device which is connected to the computer in USB port then restart your computer and mouse will work fine.
It appears that you have an IBM desktop whose BIOS isn't capable of booting off of a USB keyboard and mouse device. Older computers used to require that a PS2 mouse and keyboard be attached before booting, to prevent you from booting a machine without any way of controlling it. You have 3 options:
1. leave the corded mouse and keyboard attached and never use them
2. update the BIOS for your desktop to the newest one in hopes that the updated BIOS will allow for USB mouse and keyboard operation
3. go to a computer store and get a PS2 to USB converter/adapter. They're small and relatively inexpensive. It plugs into the PS2 port, and makes your computer think that there's a PS2 device connected, when it's actually a USB device.
this problem seems mostly with the usb mouse, the best solution is to plug the flash drive in one port and usb in other and restart the computer generally this always works but if it wont work then the best thing is i also did that, buy a 4-port usb hub and connect it with laptop and connect your usb mouse with this port not directly to your laptop and when you like to use your flash drive plug it in the laptop. this is working with be perfectly and i hope it will do the same at your side.
Is the laser mouse USB? If so there is a grouping of settings in your BIOS that has to do with USB storage devices, mice, and keyboards. It would appear that your USB keyboard controller is already enabled but the mouse and USB storage devices are both disabled. If you need help navigating through the bios let me know or look it up on google.
You cannot use wireless keyboard or USB keyboard in setting up the computer BIOS, what you need is a PS2 keyboard, if your motherboard supported USB booting, in Boot section of your BIOS change the Boot Priority to USB Generic Device, after you change the boot priority change the First Boot to Removable Device or USB Generic Device.. and after that save your configuration and restart the computer.. you must put the USB stick first before you configure the BIOS.. TY
I think you might have a loose cononection for the data ports. Try putting a little bit of force on the usb device. Up, down left right. NOT ALOT. If it starts working when force is used, i tihnk you should try to take it apart and resolder the connections. If it dosen't work, uninstalling the driver and installing.
Device manager shows the USB port if they are attached to you notebook. And in your case they are attached.
So it will show it.
Now in your case the problem is in your USB.
Get it changed. If it is in warranty peroid then dont u take any risk. Let it be replaced. Or give your notebook in warranty period to the company from which you bought.