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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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.....
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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