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We researched and tested hubs with a number of different port layouts, ranging from models with just USB-A ports to those with USB-A plus power pass-through, video output, Ethernet connectors, and SD card slots.


The Satechi hub is 2.4 inches square and less than a quarter inch at its thickest point, making it smaller than the rest of the models in this guide (not needing to accommodate taller ports, such as USB-A, allows it to be this thin). Its 8.75-inch, permanently attached cable feels sturdy and should be long enough that you can position it as needed without it being unwieldy.


Yesterday, I noticed that one of my USB ports is not working. It doesn't matter what you plug into it, the computer does not recognize anything, whether it's a USB stick, a card reader, headphones, or a camera. The USB port next to it runs perfectly fine. So do the other USB ports on the back of the computer, which support the mouse, keyboard, and WiFi.


Interestingly, if you plug in a USB stick that lights up on connection, it lights up just fine. However, I don't hear the "Ding" sound effect that I always hear when connecting things into USB ports. Also, if you go to Windows Explorer, no device shows up for that port.


I'm lost and I don't know what to do. Recently, the port was cleaned using compressed air by a very knowledgeable computer user, who is also employed as some kind of computer support tech guy. The person also cleaned the inside of the desktop with compressed air, including the motherboard. No other problems have occurred since then, except for the USB port not working.


I called the person on the phone, and they believed that water in the air may have gathered inside it. He suggested taking a USB stick that I didn't care about and plugging it into the USB port 20-30 times to see if that would clean out any water. So I unplugged all of the electricity, and slowly and carefully did what he said. However, there was no change.


Replacing the computer is not an option. It was custom built, has high end parts, and cost me a pretty penny. The person that helped me suggested replacing the USB port if it continued not to work. Despite that I built my own desktop computer, I don't know how to replace this particular USB port, because it is built into the case.


However, I do have another question. If, in the end, I can't fix this on my own, can I take my tower to Best Buy and have them fix it? I can't stand the idea of permanetly losing my USB port. And, if yes, how much would something like this cost? Say to replace the port?


how many other USB ports do you have? Certainly Geek Squad can take a look at if for you and I am not 100% on the prices but it may cost you a bit, even though it is something as simple as a USB drive.


The 2 in front, I have always made heavy use of. I often have my drawing tablet plugged into the front with a USB stick that has artwork on it. Lately, I've been using the front ports for a USB headset and a card reader. However, with only one front USB port working, that seriously messes up my usual usage. So, yeah, I do make a lot of use of them. That's why it upsets me so much. It's so hard to get to the back, because I have a wall in my way.


USB is supposedly universal, but there are so many different types of USB cables and connections. Why is this? As it turns out, they each serve different functions, mainly to preserve compatibility and support new devices.


You can use a USB 2.0 device in a USB 3 port, or a USB 3 device in a USB 2.0 port, but neither setup provides the extra speed benefit. USB 3 has also gone through several "generations" that are con




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