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USB Ports Not working

I have a Gateway Laptop, 4540 GZ and none of the USB Ports are working. I have restored the system and all the drivers look fine. I think it may be the motherboard, other thoughts out there? Anyone know step by step instructions to replace the motherboard?

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  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2007

    I have a problem in USB drive
    Actually I have download a BIOS update for motherboard D845GVSR after the update is compleated every think is fine but the USB hub is not working
    I have view in device manager list the usb root hub is not present
    can anyone give the solution what to do
    reply soon me on [email protected]

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You need to go to device manager and look in the list at the bottom for the usb root hub and see if there are any red crosses or exclamation marks, red crosses mean device dissabled, exclamation means not recognised and no suitable driver. click on the link below and select motherboard downloads for the usb drivers http://support.gateway.com/support/drivers/search.asp?param=usb&st=kw If you do find that the motherboard is faulty, then you can purchase a PCMCIA USB 2.0 card, as long as your notebook has the PCMCIA slot, as i am sure it has.

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