Usb drivers corrupt in xp

Hello,
I had to run an xp repair install on my computer and now the USB drivers are corrupt, and none of my USB devices are working. How can I replace the corrupted files with new ones?
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  1. Go into device manager-->click the + next to the universal serial bus controllers-->right click and uninstall all of the USB root hubs-->restart the computer.

    They will reinstall on restart, and should pick up your USB hardware.
  2. I have tried that several times, and all the host controllers come up with the yellow triangle sign. I tried updating the drivers for each of the controllers, but they all come back with the message that the driver is corrupt or missing (code 39):

    My system is looking for the following:

    Intel 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller 24D2
    Intel 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller 24D4
    Intel 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller 24D7
    Intel 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller 24DE
    Intel 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller 24DD

    I also did a (R)epair install from my XP CD, but that didn't fix it either!

    BIOS sees my USB devices, and so does the XP Setup program, but the instant the Windows XP screen appears when XP starts to load, USB disappears, and NONE of my USB devices are recognized.

    How can I get clean copies of the drivers that are corrupt?

    Thanks for your help. I'm about ready to take a hammer to this x*(^&*@@ machine!!
  3. What kind of computer is it?
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