you know I should read the posts, again and again. Sorry,
so nothing is able to plug into your USBs, huh. Are they active? the USB? IS PnP enabled?
Go here if you dont know how to do it
Microsoft Fixit This link has both, a auto program that you can run or you can do the following
this is from BurrWalnut
Here are a few of my possible solutions in the fight against USB (Unreliable Serial Bus) problems. Make sure your computer is free from malware before trying them. Read through and try any that seem significant. In no particular sequence, they are:
1. If the device has worked in the recent past, use system restore to return the computer to a state before it stopped working. Unfortunately, the odds are against it, but it has worked for others, so it‘s worth trying.
2. Access Device Manager by going to the Windows Orb (Start), type devmgmt.msc and press Enter to see if the drive appears under ‘Disk drives‘. If it does, right-click it > Properties > Policies Tab and check if you have a ‘Quick Removable’ check box. A USB external ‘drive’ should have a check in this box. Restart the computer if you change anything.
3. Remove all USB devices, except mouse and keyboard of course, restart and try the faulty device again. Also, restart the computer with the faulty USB drive already plugged in and, if appropriate, powered up.
4. As it’s a storage device, go to Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Folder Options > View Tab and make sure there is not a tick in’ Hide empty drives in the Computer folder‘ and further down, confirm that there is a tick in ‘Show drive letters’. Now go to the Windows Orb (Start), type diskmgmt.msc and press Enter, then right-click the disk’s graphic icon (or unallocated space) and change the drive letter to one nearer the end of the alphabet. If it doesn’t have a letter, assign one to it.
5. Microsoft’s USBview.exe might help, scroll down then download it from here http://www.ftdichip.com/Resources/Utilities.htm It doesn’t need installing. Click on an item in the left pane and look for Connection Status in the right pane. If any USB ports are missing, go to Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Devices and Printers > Add a device.