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I have just re booted my PC and am currently using Windows 98, however my Serial Bus Controllers are not listed in the device manager. None of my printer, camera MP3 pl;ayer etc work!

The Microsoft website says that support may not be enabled in my computer BIOS. Contact computer manufacturer for instructions on how to enable USB support.

Any advice?
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If you can get into Setup, during boot it should tell you how, you may find an enable/disable usb. but you may have lost a chipset driver or have some other problem.
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