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Hp compaq nx6110 laptop usb power surg and usb not recognize problem please give me a solution in above mentioned problem

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Try other usb if same problem with other than go to device manager (controlPanel> System>Hardware> Device Manger) and delet all USB Contorollers from Universal Serial Bus Contorollers and restart your computer.

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Then, run anti virus program like kaspersky. (Some programs catche virus or spyware well but don't fix well.)

If your problem stays same, there are two possible problems. (hightly possible first)

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Check whether there is any metallic debris in one of your USB ports.
If there is not, then there may be some something coming into contact with the circuitry leading to the USB ports that is causing the short. If that is the case, then you'll have to take the laptop apart yourself or take it in for service.

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Don't Use existing USB Portn On your Comp if u want USB port then install PCI USB Card From the PCI USB card you can use your USB Device what ever you want to use

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Power Surge on Hub Port


Some USB devices draw excessive power from the USB port, especially USB scanners. When this happens you need a powered USB hub, connect this to your computer's USB port and connect the USB device into the powered USB hub, you should not have any further error power surge problems.

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I have Hp Compaq nx 6110 Laptop everything is ok boot system normal no any error but just laptop move any where then system stuck and only way of power off and second problem is "power surge on hub port: a...


1st prob. - I appears there is a loose connection problem somewhere - try reseating your RAN and hard disk.
Try to determine which part of the laptop is causing the problem, not moving the laptop around the room but by flexing different parts of the laptop and power cable etc. while it is on your table.

2nd prob -
Some USB devices draw more power than the USB port can provide and you get the error message - "exceeded power limit".
In these cases you will need to purchase a powered USB hub, connect this hub to the laptops USB port and connect the offending USB device into the powered USB hub.

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