No USB devices recognized by Windows Tags: Devices USB Motherboards Windows XP Last response: February 1, 2007 4:27 AM in Windows XP Share charmed_0215 January 30, 2007 2:23:36 AM I got a new motherboard, CPU, and memory. Using the existing hard drive/CD drive. Everything seems to be working except the USB ports. Printer, PS/2 keyboard/mouse, sound, video all work. I tried multiple USB devices -- mouse, printer, sd card reader -- and none work. I tried all 4 ports. I'm not using a USB hub. Tried updating the USB drivers manually from the motherboard's website; that didn't work. Tried uninstallling and reinstalling the devices in "device manager"; that didn't work. I don't want to reinstall everything but wondering if that's my only option. Thanks, Dawn More about : usb devices recognized windows pscowboy January 30, 2007 3:08:37 AM Do a Repair install. Your "stuff" will be okay. Pop in the XP cd and restart. Boot from the cd - at the first Repair screen, hit Enter - at the second Repair screen, hit R. On subsequent install restarts, do not boot to the cd. dokk January 31, 2007 11:52:17 AM Quote:Do a Repair install. Your "stuff" will be okay. Pop in the XP cd and restart. Boot from the cd - at the first Repair screen, hit Enter - at the second Repair screen, hit R. On subsequent install restarts, do not boot to the cd. AND check the bios,making SURE that your USB is ON??? Related resources USB devices not recognized by xp on thinkpad - Forum Usb devices not recognized - Forum Malfunctioned usb device not recognized on windows xp - Forum Usb device not recognized (Mass Storage) but optical mouse works??? - Forum Windows 7 usb camera device not recognized by the computer - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer charmed_0215 February 1, 2007 12:08:46 AM I haven't done the repair yet, but I have checked the BIOS and don't see any setting to turn the USB ports off. I did select "default settings" as the motherboard manufacturer recommended. Dawn pscowboy February 1, 2007 4:27:23 AM One thing you can check in the BIOS would be in the Advanced section, Peripheral Configuration - or something to that effect. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWindows 7 wont recognize usb devices ForumUSB Device not Recognized ::error ForumWindows XP- " USB device not recognized " ForumUSB Devices not recognized ForumHow to disable USB Device Not Recognized pop up PLZ! ForumWireless mouse receiver: USB device not recognized ForumOem ext hard disk usb device not recognized by windows 7 ForumUSB devices not recognized after remote desktop session ForumPLEASE HELP: USB devices not recognized Forum" USB Device Not Recognized " ForumUsb device not recognized but only for my wireless card..everything else works ForumPCMCIA slots need more power??? HELP! ForumWindows XP Will not Allow Access to HDD ForumWindows XP Help ForumWindows Validation More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !