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I have an Averatec model#3150p pc notebook.It has a 3 port usb hub but only 1 port works. i.e.:When I plug a device into the 2nd or 3rd port I get error message saying the device has a problem.(unknown device)

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    Thanks for the advice, I tried this fix before and I just tried it again,but, alas I still have the same results! Any other ideas?

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Dear Friend..

Go to Control Panel=>System => Harware=> Device Manager. Under the "Universal Serial Bus Controllers" delete all USB root hubs & controllers/ ports & then Action=> San for hardware changes That shall freshly install the USB ports on your system & shall work.

Best of Luck..

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