All USB ports not working and USB Controller tree missing in Device Manager help?

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Tried everything suggested by Internet, from reg-edits to boot menu but nothing helped so I turn to Yahoo Answers hopefully for help.

All USB ports not responding and from device manager there's no Universal Serial Bus Controller tree to uninstall the individual USB. I'm tearing my hair out here I need

Tried everything suggested by Internet, from reg-edits to boot menu but nothing helped so I turn to Yahoo Answers hopefully for help.

All USB ports not responding and from device manager there's no Universal Serial Bus Controller tree to uninstall the individual USB. I'm tearing my hair out here I need the USB!!

If it helps, I recently reset my laptop due to auto-repair boot loop. Windows 10.

Hope someone will help me here. Sarcastic, nonsensical answers will not be tolerated.

Other answer:

Charles Parungao:
Go to the laptop vendor web site and download and install the "chipset" drivers (motherboard drivers). Those drivers control access to other on board hardware, possibly the USB controller.
After the motherboard drivers are all installed, then try to update the USB controller (it may do so automatically after chipset drivers are installed)
Laurence I:
this happens when your mainboard CHIPSET drivers are WRONG. the Chipset driver is used to allow windows to TALK to your BIOS. your BIOS tells windows what PCI devices you have. put the best CHIPSET driver onto your pc and watch it suddenly detect all the right stuff. Since most people have an Intel CPU you might get a good driver from INTEL(but the best one should be from your mainboard makers site), here is the Intel site for chipset drivers https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloa…
maps3333:
unplug all USB devices and check device manager again
Aerialnine:
Have you considered reinstalling your motherboard drivers???…

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