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Re: solved Re: Insertion of USB devices not being recognised.

On 06/27/2018 09:38 AM, terryc wrote:
On Tue, 26 Jun 2018 21:57:33 +0200 deloptes <deloptes@xxxxxxxxx>

terryc wrote:

Mostly it is USB sticks for stuff to play/display on the TV &
"noise device"

what do you see in dmesg when you plug in the device?
Nothing. that was the problem. it is hard to mount it if you
don't know what /dev/sd?? it is and although I "know" what it
should be, unless it is listed in dmesg, i can do nothing with

What happens if you downgrade the kernel to the previous
Same situation, but it lead me to an unwelcome diagnose. i
extracted the machine and the back plane ports were working. so
I went back t 9.0.6(?) and it was the same.

The current diagnose is that the front usb ports have failed for
data. they work fine for power(mobile phone charging), but not
for data.

Not impressed as the mobo is less than two years old.

Thanks for the help

My suggestion is late, and possibly not much of a contribution due to my not having read the entire thread.

I have two motherboards which BIOS settings which allow the front-side USB ports to be set for charging only. Is there any possibility that such a setting is in effect on your motherboard?