USB devices Tags: Hard Drives USB Devices Storage Last response: December 21, 2011 4:21 AM in Storage Share Dinesh_11 December 13, 2011 7:52:24 AM Hello, the ques is: Maximum how many USB devices can be used in 1 single ports More about : usb devices Hawkeye22 a c 379 G Storage December 13, 2011 11:42:24 AM If I remeber correctly, the original spec called for you to be able to daisy chain up to 128 devices. m 0 l Dinesh_11 December 21, 2011 4:21:59 AM Hawkeye22 said:If I remeber correctly, the original spec called for you to be able to daisy chain up to 128 devices. Thank u Hawkeye22 m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedMotherboard won't detect GPU or USB devices Forum SolvedWhy does this single USB port make all my USB devices malfunction? Forum SolvedBest wiping program for USB devices Forum SolvedUSB 3.0 only good for storage devices? Only? Asus MOBO manual states such. Forum SolvedCan a PSU take USB devices with it? Forum SolvedUSB devices working in Ubuntu but not Windows 7 Forum SolvedBIOS suddenly fails to detect ANY USB devices GIGABYTE G41M-Combo Forum SolvedUsb devices not connecting through panel Forum SolvedNew computer build has random restart after which USB-devices don't work anymore Forum SolvedHelp for USB Devices after installing Graphics Driver, Forum SolvedUSB Ports giving power but not detecting devices. Forum SolvedProblem: "USB Devices Over Current Status Detected !!" Forum SolvedUSB doesn't recognize devices Forum SolvedXP does not recognise any USB devices Forum SolvedMax USB 3.0 devices at once? Forum SolvedCan't use more than 4 USB devices Forum SolvedElectric Shock from USB Devices Forum SolvedUSB ports can not recognize devices Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 all USB devices keep disconnect / reconnect with power saving off Forum SolvedHELP: No audio or mixer devices after reset BIOS settings to default - Saffire 6 USB Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !