If you installed the drivers already, uninstall them via Control Pannel, and re-install them. Let Windows configure it though...In other words, when you insert the device in your USB port for the first time, and Windows wants to install the drivers, just let Windows search for the drivers in the CD-ROM drive. Windows will load only the primary driver files needed for the peripheal device to work, instead of all the extra crap that comes with devices nowdays. Somedays all the extra software bundles and crap like that cause software conflicts within your OS. If you've already tried that, and you've also already tried re-installing your OS, I would suspect that the problem may be with the motherboard. Check it out man, if anything you'll learn from the situation.
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