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Created On: 08/08/2006 07:28 PM
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 08/08/2006 07:28 PM
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lexakos
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I came home yesterday and discovered that none of the USB ports work. I learned this when my keyboard did not function until I removed the USB connection and went with the adapter. I tried reloading the drivers, both with XP SP2 and the operating system software. I have an A8N-VM motherboard and the machine is fairly new. No other problems ever experienced, but not having these ports is preventing use of portable wireless device, pen drive, blackberry synch and any other number of uses.

I called ASUS and they said I might have to return the motherboard for warranty replacement. There must be a better solution.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 08/08/2006 09:38 PM
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Have a go at rolling back the USB driver first or updating it.I think that's about all you can try though.

Does it happen the same on the plug in headers as on the I/O panel ports?

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 08/09/2006 01:16 AM
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If you overload the USB you can kill it... some boards have small fusible links, SMT fuses, they can burn out... they save your system but the USB is hosed.

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