|07 May 2013||#1|
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Multiple driver errors and keyboard not working on 90% of ports
Hello, just joined and I need some help. Troubleshooter says there's driver problems with 2 of my programmable root enumeraters(What hell is that for?), UMBus Enumerator, and there's a unknown device without a driver, but I'm 99% sure that's Intel smart connect and I'm gonna remove that from bios next reboot. On top of that my USB keyboard (Logitech G110) Is giving me anger issues and a headache... It works on 2 USB ports in the entire rig, THE FRONT TOP USB PORTS! Doesn't work on the back ports, or the 2 beside it on the right side top front...The heck? I used it on those 2 ports initially cause I had the usb keyboard on an extender to use my PC on my TV. Now only the 2 ports will work. I moved my mouse to the back and it works but not my keyboard. Anyone have any solutions? I've tried to re add the enumerator drivers via device manager but to no avail. What can I do short of reinstalling?
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