USB Not Working On Asus

By | December 7, 2021
Before using Windows 8 as it is now, I used the Windows 7 Operating System on an Asus X455LA laptop that I recently bought from a computer shop in Gorontalo.

It turned out that after I installed the operating system, all the USBs on this laptop couldn’t work. At that time I tried to plug the mouse into an existing USB port. I think it’s my mouse that is the problem, after 3 times I tried with a different mouse, apparently everything can’t work.

I’m sure it’s not my mouse that’s damaged, because previously all three mice can be used and work well on my computer. Even though I have downloaded and installed all the Asus X455L Laptop Drivers and there is no error information in the Device Manager.

Fix Asus X455L USB not detected in Windows 7

After I tried many times by downloading various kinds of drivers on the official Asus website, it turned out that all the USB slots still couldn’t work. Finally I tried to open the BIOS settings or settings for this Asus X455L laptop. And finally the USB slot can all function normally.

How to fix a USB port or slot that is not detected in the Windows 7 Operating System on this Asus X455L laptop? Here are the steps:

  • USB is not working.
  • Some drivers can not be used, but if we look at the driver program has been installed.
  • For the first Discussion (USB doesn’t work)

1. Go to Bios (For Asus A455LF just press the F2 key)

2. Select –> Advanced

3. Select –> USB Configuration

In this USB Configuration we do the reset by Disabled everything as shown in the picture Or:

  • Legacy USB Support from Enable to Disabled
  • XHCI Pre-boot Mode from Enable to Disabled
  • USB Mass Storage Driver Support from Enable to Disabled

after we reset the USB Configuration then Save or by pressing the F10 key, after that the USB will be able to be used (every Laptop / PC is different, please adjust).

For the second discussion (Driver not working)

In this case, I take the example of LAN and Wireless, both components cannot be used even though if we look at the Device Manager, the driver we have installed is there (installed). for that I still use the configuration method in the BIOS, in this example I use an Asus A455LF Laptop with UEFI Bios:

1. Go to Bios (For Asus A455LF just press the F2 key)

2. Select —> BOOT

On Boot Configuration on Launch CSM Select —> Enable

by changing the setting from Disabled to Enabled, as shown above. Once the setting is changed to Enabled then Save & Exit (or by pressing F10 key).

The next step we install the drivers one by one, hopefully it can help.

Enter the BIOS (press F2 when turning on the laptop), then select the Advanced menu.
Then select in the USB Configuration section.
Select Auto on the Legacy USB Support menu and select Smart Auto in XHCI Pre-boot mode, and select Enable on USB Mass Storage Driver Support.

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