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bios usb listed as "enabled " "none" WHAT??

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by bluemoonct, Aug 21, 2007.

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  1. bluemoonct

    bluemoonct Thread Starter

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    hi

    just checking to see if in bios there was a reason why ALL my usb ports are dead....
    when i click on USB configuration in bios i see the following:

    USB configuration
    _________________________________
    module version - 2.22.4-5.3
    USB Devices Enabled : none

    Legacy USB support (enabled)
    usb 2.0 controller (enabled)
    usb 2.0 controller mode (full speed)

    ->USB Mass storage device configuration

    usb mass storage device reset delay (20 sec)

    no usb mass storage device detected
    _____________________________________________

    between the two lines is the exact script from the bios page
    should it say usb devices enabled :none ?
    could that be why NONE of my usb's are working?

    if so, now what?

    thanks, you guys have been GREAT!!;)
     
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    Can you change that status in the BIOS setup?
     
  3. bluemoonct

    bluemoonct Thread Starter

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    Hi JohnWill

    no, we cannot change that particular entry, it is not a changeable field as far as we can see, moving with the arrows keys skips right over it. The word "NONE" is in grey, and the changeable fields highlight to white and can be changed. What do you think that means? We have the pci card and thought we would just check the bios before we did the pci card...last ditch effort. what do you think of that word "none"....?

    thanks.
    blue
     
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