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USB Ports Not Working

I have a Toshiba Satelitte A-135 S2276 Laptop, recently I had to have it sent back to Toshiba because of a automatic power on password that it set itself.  Now my USB ports are not working.  No matter what I plug in them they will not recognize it.  None of them are working.  Can you please help?

 

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  • benzo Nov 04, 2007

    I have the same exact problem with my same exact computer and have no idea where the CMOS settings are i am not sure that is the problem i checked the settings for my usb ports and there on and it says there working but they will not recognize anything I have and it use to before this stupid problem happened

  • l0r3t0 Dec 19, 2007

    I have the same problem when the computer freeze and at restart ask for password

    toshiba solution was upgrade Bios to ver 1.40 now the USBs stop working

    any suggest?

  • l0r3t0 Dec 19, 2007

    and none of the solutions work Bios is disable and enable USB,

    latest bios was the one that make stop USb work



    I install a PC CARD USB 20.and also same problem, can't detect any USB device (try mouse, memory Flash, Printer, Keyboard)

  • bigman123 Dec 21, 2007

    my usb ports will not reconize any thing i plug in to them i need help it tells me that i installed the driver for the pice i put into it put it will not open or even show up on my computer any help would be greatly appreashiaded

  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2007

    A135-S2386 USB ports do not recognize devices. Computer worked fine until a power on password appeared. Best Buy sent computer to service center. They reset the password and updated the bios to V1.20. When I got computer back, USB ports not working. I updated it to V1.40. Still have problem.

  • Anonymous Aug 16, 2008

    Same issue!

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Check your CMOS settings to ensure that your USB ports are enabled. 

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