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Posted 11 April 2009 - 08:24 PM
Hmm that is weird all the ports went. I would of suggested going through device manager, but it looks like you already tried that. I don't think it would be a software issue though if it just went all of a sudden.
First off, try clearing your cmos by removing the quarter-sized battery for a few minutes while the computer is unplugged.
Here's another idea: Do you have a usb keyboard? If so, connect it to the computer with no other usb devices connected. When the computer is booting, see if you can get into the BIOS. Once in the BIOS, can you move around using the arrow keys? If it's working there, you know it's an issue with Windows. If it doesn't work, then your usb ports may have died.
As I'm not entirely sure what could be the problem, instead of a new motherboard, you can get more usb ports through your PCI slot with an add-in card. http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList....to%20USB%20Card .
As long as your PCI slots are still working, which they probably are, an add on card should work.
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