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Usb problems 1) usb ports are not working i have installed xp which has no service packs in bios usb configuration, all are enabled

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  • MrWall Sep 23, 2008

    I'm running

    Board: Intel Corporation D102GGC2 AAD42789-204
    BIOS: Intel Corp. GC11020M.86A.1087.2007.0130.1451 01/30/2007
    Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 (build 2600)
    2.67 gigahertz Intel Pentium D

    all USB ports have stopped working (front & back). I've updated the BIOS and updated from sp2 to sp3. Device Manager shows all ports working find but I'm not getting any response when plugging anything in. I've also double check the front ports connections on the MoBo - all seems secure and alright

    thanks ahead of time for all suggestoins


  • agud_cna Nov 06, 2008

    yes its a similar problem mi ports doesnt work at windows at all. and the strange thing is that with a livecd of linux they are recognized my modem printer and mp3 connected to USB are recognized but my pendrive kingston dont. I dont know what to do...ive trayed some tools from dos.. diagnostic tools and they tested the usb controllers and functionality and both results were failed ... they didnt pass the test :S I know something is wrong jeje but the program didnt say how to solve it.... :S.

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    I have installed Windows Xp Professional on my System, with Sp2, But my front and back USB port doesn't work. When i plug in any USB device, nothing is detected in windows. On Bios it shows that, all settings are enabled. I dont know what to do, please some one, i need help.

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I have same mother board, all usb working when i have only 1Go of RAM, but when i replace 1Go by 2Go of RAM, USB port work strangely: my keyboard and mice working normaly in usb, but nothing else is detected. if i put back 1Go instead of 2Go of RAM, usb working again. some one have explaination ?

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Hi,
Have you checked that they are correctly wired or jumper set on The System Motherboard.

Mike @ compurepair.

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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