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Front USB ports not working


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Dazed&Confused08

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I have a DELL DIMENSION B110.The usb ports have been out for at least a year, and I opened it to clean out the dust, and accidentally disconnected the cords from the board. After the replacing the cords, in what I thought was the right place, my headphone jack has gone out as well. I would like to restore my usb ports and headphone jack. Thank you for your time and help. I checked the device manager, and there are no yellow notices.

Edited by Dazed&Confused08, 07 October 2010 - 02:18 PM.

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Neil Jones

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Okay so if the USB ports have been "out" for a year, what other cable have you disconnected?
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hi, B110 board & connector layout....

http://support.dell....v.htm#wp1061217


hope that it is of some help.
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Do you plug your earphones on the front input jack or in the back input jack.

If you use the front then maybe the cable you accidently unpluged was the front audio connector.

If you use the front audio connectors the back ones will not work, you cannot have both working at the same time.

So check if the cable is correctly pluged in if you use the front audio jack or unplug the cable if you use the back panel one.
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Dazed&Confused08

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I'm sorry everyone, I opened my computer and checked the mobo. I checked every cord and pushed them in completly and all is well. Thanks again guys for all your help. Could an administrator please close this post.
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