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USB Device Not Recognised

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This is the problem as I see it:

When I connect a device (thumb drive,USB Hub, Camera) to my USB slot, an error box appears reading "USB Device Not Recognised".

I have a wireless keyboard and it used USB connection and this does NOT create the same error message.

The USB devices work fine on other PC's

When I switch the keyboard USB over to other slots I do not receive the error and it works fine.

When I connect another device to the slot that the keyboard WAS connected to, I get an error.

It seems to be a software/driver issue as the devices tests ok on other PC's and the USB slots work ok (with the keyboard as known good device)... so now I'm at a loss. If it is a software issue, how did it suddenly appear?

...any suggestions? :)

thanks - Mike
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