Even i experienced the same problem after updating BIOS.... There is a simple solution for it..... Just reboot the system and enter to Bios setup by tapping Del key Press F9 key and set it to default settings... Just save and exit.... USB Ports works fine.....
Well, i am also going through the same issue...in this stupid stupid version of bios ther is not usb support available..if you go to usb controller option in bios it it empty...its not problem with drivers!!!..only possible solution to this problem is rolling back bios to previous version....
It Is just disabled in the bios. But you need to clear the bios using the jumper and thus entering the bios maintance mode. then you need to go to advanced then usb and enable the usb. Save then exit, then move the jumper and JOB DONE!
Recently had the same problem I installed an older driver p08 and the problem was solved try different versions of your motherboards bios till they work. I had to try a few times till i got it. :) altho i was updating my bios because i had just upgraded my processor from p4 2.8 400fsb to the same with 533fsb and it was giving me problems but so far everything is working smoothly except when i try to run step mania. Hope that helps.
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Re: Update my Intel D845GVSR Bios Version to...
then rolling back the driver it might help if you get Windows to
reinstall the other drivers. (Go into Device Manager, remove the USB
host entries, and then reboot and let Windows reinstall the drivers.)
Not quite sure what option you were trying to change in the BIOS but
there are a lot of things in the BIOS setup that are likely there for
informational purposes and aren't changable settings. Others might
require something else to be set to a specific value first.
In any event, older versions of the driver for that board are available here: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Filter_R...
(Note that most of the older versions come in two different versions which only differ in how you install them.)
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When XP came out I quickly learned that you can't upgrade motherboards without a complete re-install of XP. It only loads drivers for the chipsets it detects on install. I've read a few work arounds but they all involve manually installing the new motherboard drivers before upgrading. I'm not positive but I think this is what you'll find you did when you upgraded your bios. XP no longer see's it as the motherboard that it installed drivers for originally and it doesn't have the ability to go back in re-install motherboard drivers after the fact. I think if you formated your computer again and re-installed XP again your would be able to see your motherboard periferals again.
If the updated BIOS is the problem, reflashing the old version should remedy the situation. Many BIOS flash utilities save a copy of the old BIOS before they flash the new one, so you should check that before searching for an older version (which may still be available on the Intel site).
Before you try any of that though, you should go into Device Manager and uninstall the offending devices. Reboot the computer. Check Device Manager again to see that it re-added the devices. If it didn't right-click on the computer name in Device Manager and select Scan for hardware changes in the context menu to have Windows install the correct drivers for the devices. If the devices still don't work, then resorting to reflashing the BIOS is appropriate.
I followed the suggestion of changing the BIOS configuration to the recovery mode, however one thing was missing - it required a startup disk and I didn't have one. I then changed the BIOS configuration to the config (pins 2 & 3) mode, booted up and went to the BIOS/CMOS setup and a new menu tab appeared called "maintenance". I went to the advance tab and selected USB configuration and, instead of a blank screen, there appeared a selection for USB support and it showed disabled. I changed the setting to enabled and three more lines of information regarding USB came up, but required not further changes. I went to F10 and saved and exited and I now have me USB capability back.
if the same problem persists then there may be problem with operating system just reinstall it... may be due virus attack some system files have became unstable so try reinstalling os... and also after reinstalling just install some good antivirus............