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Ok, so I've got a fairly old rig with a Biostar 6100 Motherboard in it.
http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdetails...Force+6100-939
So, After using the board for about a half-year, the onboard USB ports stopped working after a reformat.
I installed all the drivers, but it still doesn't work.
Could I have killed the ports during an overclock?
Any solutions?
    
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I would raise your NB and SB voltages a little bit and fumble around in your BIOS to see if you accidentally disabled your USB ports.
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Will do.
Gonna be a while before I can try though, got it sitting on my desk opened up.
    
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yea, it would be very unlikely that you have screwed the usb ports, check the bios for Legacy usb support.
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post #5 of 5
Before futzing around in the BIOS, the first thing I'd personally try is to unplug all USB devices, then replug them in. One of the workstations I have at my job has similar symptoms. A simple plug-replug fixes things.

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