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Windows 2000 cannot detect my USB


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Hello, I use Windows 2000 and have service pack 4 installed. When I go check my USB drivers, it said they are all working properly. However, the computer cannot detect my USB at all no matter where I plug the USB in. There is no reaction from the computer whatsoever. What could be wrong? anyhelp would be great, thanks.
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There is a possebility the USB port is broken. Have you tried all / diffrent USB ports?

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There is a possebility the USB port is broken. Have you tried all / diffrent USB ports?

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Yes, I have. Is there a way I could reinstall the USB drivers?
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Follow the steps how to remove a driver.

Then when you removed them. Get your motherboard CD (usually has the USB drivers aswell).
Put in the CD and simply re-install the drivers.

Good luck!
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