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Posted on Sep 12, 2010
First, look for anything broken inside the actual USB hub. Next, try and download the USB drivers from your computer makers website and then restart your computer. Click on "My Computer" and then click "Properties" Next, click on the tab thats says "Hardware" and then click on "Device Manager" Now, click the "+" next to the section that says "Universal Bus Controllers" and then right click and then click properties on the USB and then click the tab that says "Drivers" This will give you the current status of your USB
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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