Question about MSI RS482M4-ILD Motherboard
When speaking with my daughter, she advised all USB ports have stopped working, and the computer running very slow.
While speaking with her, I asked she run Task Manager.
With no programmes running the processor was at 100%, I asked her to enter the BIOS and disable USB, by doing this the processor dropped to 3%.
The time the USB's began to fail is as follows -
One of the ones in the front stopped working about 6 months ago. The other one stopped working about 3 weeks before all the trouble started, (computer running slow). When that one stopped working (other front), we started using one of the back 4 ports. One of the back 4 had the printer connected the other had the mouse which left 2 ports to use. All 4 of these stopped working at the same time about 2 weeks after using them.
In the BIOS the following changes were made -
I have turned off 3 USB root hubs. The USB PCI controller is on and 2 standard USB is on.
The USB in the BIOS is now enabled and the computer running OK except for no USB ports.
I would appreciate some advise.
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