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Usb not working

The usb ports in the front of my system stop working now when ever i put my device in (phone,ext. hard drive ,mp3 player) i get a message saying windows can not recognize this usb can you please help me with this

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Try to change the Bios setup,in the chips configuration nyou have to enable the usb controller,then save the changes and restart the unit,if still does't work ,try to reinstall your os.

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