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USB Root Hub (Code 37)


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btfergus

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I recently went on vacation over the holidays. I was gone about two weeks. While I was gone I turned off and unplugged my laptop computer. When I got back I booted it up to find that none of my usb ports are working. When I go to device manager it lists 7 Intel USB Universal Host Controllers and below 7 USB Root Hubs. Next to all of the root hubs are a yellow exclamation mark. When I click on the properties I get this for each of them:

Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)

I have tried uninstalling all of them and restarting my computer to let it reinstall the drivers automatically. Each time I've tried though it has come back to the same spot I am at now.

I would really appreciate any help, thank you in advance.

-Bryan
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