Why Doesn't My USB Port Work?


If your USB does not work after you plug it in, ii could be probably because of one of the following causes: Operating system cannot find drivers or USB device did not come with a disc containing a driver and for which operating system cannot find a driver.
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There could be several reasons that stop your USB port from working. Most likely reason is that driver is not installed, install appropriate driver for your USB host controller. Also check if USB cable is properly connected on the motherboard.
There a number of reasons your USB port may not work. One of the most common causes is a missing or corrupt USB driver. However USB ports sometimes fail, in which case will be unusable. Addon USB cards are available if extra USB ports are needed.
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A USB port is the plug on your computer that allows you to connect other peripherals to it. USB stands for universal serial bus and is an input and output port meaning it will send
1. Insert the loopback plug software and install it on your computer with the USB port you need to test. This step might not be needed if your plug has a "plug and play"
Parts in a computer like any other device can be replaced when damaged, a usb port plugs into the mother board like any other. Radio shack or fryes can match up a usb for your pc.
You must install iTunes for it to be recognized: http://www.apple.com/itunes/ If you choose not to install it by means of using another manager then you can use this tool: http://
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