|13 May 2012||#4|
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There are two things to check first:
The front panel USB ports have a wire that must be plugged into the USB header on your motherboard. (Your motherboard must have a USB header. Older boards do not).
You should check your BIOS settings to see if the USB controller must be enabled.
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