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  1. Ever since I installed Windows 10, 2 of my motherboard USB3.0 ports just won't work properly. When I try to plug in any device (thumb drive/external HDD, Android phone, USB hub) into these USB3.0 ports it makes the "plug-in sound" but nothing comes up in Windows or Device Manager. Strangely my LED mouse and the Corsair K70 lights up so power is not the issue. One thing to note though, in Device Manager under USB controllers the "Generic USB xHCI Host Controller" has a warning sign over it. I've tried updating it says the best driver is already installed. I'll list my specs and the things I've tried below. If anyone has any idea or suggestion please reply. Thanks! ------------------------------------------------- Things I've tried to solve this issue: Reboot Update the USB drivers in device manager Uninstall all USB drivers in device manager and reboot Updating the Motherboards BIOS and all it's drivers Taking my graphics card then trying the USB ports just in case it was a power SPECS: CPU: Intel Core i5 3330 3.0GHz (stock speed) Average temp 42 degrees (4 cores & threads) RAM: 6gb single channel DDR3 (I know it's bad). Motherboard: MSI H77MA-G43 GPU: Gigabyte 960 2gb PSU: Corsair CX600 (600 watts) SSD: Kingston HyperX 120gb, 2.5 inch HDD: Hitachi Deskstar 500gb
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