USB Drivers Need To Be Reinstalled After Every Reboot?

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Jbasto

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Alright, so for a few months now I have a problem where after I reboot, almost none of my USB work just the ones two in the back. So I seen when i went into Device Manager i would see a yellow exclamation mark, So i would uninstall the drives and then rescan for hardware change and it will work once again. I would reboot it again same issue. I been having to leave my pc on for weeks at a time cause i dont want to go thru the hassel.

Where should i start to T/S i have changed the plug on the M/B and same issue. Uninstalled all the usb drives and rebooted pc same issue in Safe Mode same. All drivers are up-to-date So im stuck in a ditch even
 
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the motherboard is not listed????
did u try and reinstall your chipset driver??
 

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I have a MSI 880GM-E43 i have downloaded the latest driver i believe
 

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Nope no luck at all just two usb ports still work. Pic of when i first boot my pc
 

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in the device manager click on view at the top and in the dropdown
show hidden devices
then uninstall all listed usb items
turn the computer off
unplug usb plugs
reboot twice
replug in the usb plugs

don't miss an entry or it will not work
 

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in the device manager click on view at the top and in the dropdown
show hidden devices
then uninstall all listed usb items
turn the computer off
unplug usb plugs
reboot twice
replug in the usb plugs

don't miss an entry or it will not work
Is there an easier way lol i have over 300 USB items listed:eek::eek:

when u say reboot you mean still with no USB pluged in? Cause i have a input my pasword to log on my pc
 

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i thought i had a lot with 21 items your only showing 9 in the pic you uploaded

disable the password you can re enable later
 

Jbasto

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i thought i had a lot with 21 items your only showing 9 in the pic you uploaded

disable the password you can re enable later
neither are freeware
Well yeah it only showed 9 But here is a pic off all the hidden ones.



How can i remove them all at once. And i didnt take a pic of all the USB ROOT HUB there was about 100 more entries of that.
 
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Can you relate the onset of the problem to the installation or removal or hardware or software; of an update to W7 or your antimalware or another program?

Do you have a printer or other device that connects by usb? If so, does the printer or other device have a card reader?

If so, uninstall that printer / other device.

RF123

edit: You might want disconnect the connection from the front of the computer to the motherboard after you uninstall all 300 entries.
 

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Quick Question i Just uninstalled All of the hidden drivers
Should i delete them all ??
 
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Create a system restore point

Check with MSI, the motherboard manufacturer for advice.

Quick Question i Just uninstalled All of the hidden drivers
Should i delete them all ??
Quick answer.
Most likely, YUP!

RF123
 

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yes don't miss any,windows will reinstall on the reboot
 
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