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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by MAX[UTM], Apr 16, 2004.

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  1. MAX[UTM]

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    when i try to use my USB ports for anything thy wont work. when i go to my device manager there is no USB port at all and im told that there should be. what should i do. if u know and u want to talk on msn sure its [email protected]
     
  2. ceri sheeran

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    Hi,

    Try installing the chipset drivers for your motherboard

    hth

    Ceri
     
  3. zeddy

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    Have you gone into the bios on your computer (press the DEL key at startup) and enabled USB there?
     
  4. MAX[UTM]

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    um well when i bough this computer it had been leased to a bank. so when i bought it at a computer shop it came with nothing like no cd's. and ill try to enable tat the starting. ill try to see if that works. be back later.
     
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    ya thanks i did the setup at the start and it was disabled. now i got it working perfectly. thanks guys for ur suggestions. ill be trying to send a donation as soon as i can thanks guys again.
     
  7. zeddy

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    good to see it sorted!
     
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