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DV2000 USB ports do not work
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Member Since: ‎05-26-2009
Message 11 of 13 (1,786 Views)

Re: DV2000 USB ports do not work

That's the thing. I JUST(About a week ago) used the recovery partition and reset the entire machine. =(

 

Thanks for trying though maybe someone else can isolate the issue for me.

 

 -- rwbrahm

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Member Since: ‎03-28-2009
Message 12 of 13 (1,774 Views)

Re: DV2000 USB ports do not work

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Did you work through the MS troubleshooter listed about 4 replies back?

 

http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/c39bd203-f729-47a4-8351-83291e13c8a81033.mspx#EQ

 

Something else to test your system:

 

http://www.testmyhardware.com/test_my_hardware.html

 

 

The last note that I read are that there is a possibility that a static shock could have blasted the bridge chip, making it so that no devices will be recognized.  Sure they will still deliver 5 vcd.  Which means that you need a service call.

 


rwbrahm wrote:

That's the thing. I JUST(About a week ago) used the recovery partition and reset the entire machine. =(

 

Thanks for trying though maybe someone else can isolate the issue for me.

 

 -- rwbrahm


 

 

Message Edited by melanchete on 05-29-2009 07:42 AM
Pavilion DV7-1285dx Notebook, Windows 7 64bit, Intel X2 P8600 2.40GHz, Nvidia GeForce 9600M, 6GB RAM, 2x 500GB HD(s)
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Message 13 of 13 (281 Views)

Re: DV2000 USB ports do not work

You've blown the fuse for the power to the USB ports.

The ports themselves are likely just fine, they just aren't supplying power.

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