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OK, looked at what you did on usb

Did you remove the usb root hubs in device manager?
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pleasehelpmenow,
just in case I lose track of this thread, please PM me...I typically answer upwards of 50 a day and because I do not normally frequent this forum, I don't want to leave you hanging :tazz:
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anything?
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Did you remove the usb root hubs in device manager?

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yes i did. and i got nothing :tazz:

it still playing up... :S
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Download the following, install it, and save a report--attach the report to a post here if the following does not address the probelm

http://www.lavalys.c...p?pid=1&lang=en

Ok, now

Right click MY COMPUTER, choose PROPERTIES, choose HARDWARE, choose DEVICE MANAGER button.

First, any yellow !s?

If no, click the plus next to UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONTROLLERS.

Starting at the bottom, right click each device and choose uninstall until all devices are gone.

reboot your machine.

As the machine restarts, observe the lower right hand corner near the clock, looking for system messages---report those here.
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Ok, system messages were as normal. Found new hardware, installing new hardware, hardware successfully installed.

As for that report, i attatched it to this message.

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that ok?
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maybe not :tazz:
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well?
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you know, this problem still affects me even now, did u ever find anything?
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