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Usb not working

My usb port is nt working ...it is not detecting any device (keyboard or mouse and etc).when i look for the problem in the device manager it is showing that driver for the usb hub is missing ,,plzz help me as soon as possible

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Hello
check that the USB Port is connected correctly plugged into the motherboard
For your OS first install the latest Service packs available
Re-install the USB2.0 Drivers
Connect the KB and mouse to the corresponding USB's
Restart the system.

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Hi
what is your os.
try this
install inf update utility for your bord.
install intel chipset installation utility.

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