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Something I have done in the past is to go into the device manager and expand the USB controllers section, first look for the Standard Enhanced USB to PCI Host Controller, then uninstall each item in this section one at a time. After all have been uninstalled, reboot the computer and let Windows find them again. When testing, plug your device straight into one of the USB ports on the back of the motherboard. I have seen the front USB connectors of some older cases not come USB 2.0 compliant. Mike
 
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