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-Method 10: Disable and Enable USB ports in the bios.\\+Method 10: How to disable USB selective suspend.\\ 
 +If you're having connectivity issues with USB peripherals on Windows 10, use these steps to disable the USB selective suspend feature.\\ 
 +\\ 
 +Important: It's only recommended that you change this particular setting when you're experiencing problems with a USB device. Otherwise, you should leave the option enabled.\\ 
 +\\ 
 +-Open Control Panel.\\ 
 +-Click on Hardware and Sound.\\ 
 +-Click on Power Options.\\ 
 +-Under "​Preferred plan," click the Change plan settings link for the plan you're currently using. (If you change the settings on the power plan that isn't active, this won't work.)\\ 
 +{{:​usbnotworking:​selsuspend1.jpg?​600|}}\\ 
 +-Click the Change advanced power settings link.\\ 
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 +-Expand USB settings.\\ 
 +-Expand USB selective suspend setting.\\ 
 +-Select Disabled from the drop-down menu.\\ 
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 +-Click Apply.\\ 
 +-Click OK.\\ 
 +\\ 
 +If you're changing the settings on a laptop or tablet, you'll see two options: On Battery and Plugged in, so make sure to change those settings accordingly.\\ 
 +\\ 
 +Once you complete these steps, Windows 10 will no longer power off USB devices connected to your computer, which can fix any problem you may have as a result of this feature.\\ 
 +\\ 
 +* Method 11: Disable and Enable USB ports in the bios.\\
 Restart your computer and enter it's BIOS, how to do this can be find in the manual of your computer.\\ Restart your computer and enter it's BIOS, how to do this can be find in the manual of your computer.\\
 **__Be carefull to only change USB settings! Changing other settings can harm your computer!__**\\ **__Be carefull to only change USB settings! Changing other settings can harm your computer!__**\\
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 Now Enable the USB functionality and reboot your computer to let your Operating System detect the new setting.\\ Now Enable the USB functionality and reboot your computer to let your Operating System detect the new setting.\\
  
-* Method ​11: Updating the BIOS.\\+* Method ​12: Updating the BIOS.\\
 **__KEEP IN MIND TO ONLY DO A BIOS UPDATE WHEN YOU KNOW THE RISK!__**\\ **__KEEP IN MIND TO ONLY DO A BIOS UPDATE WHEN YOU KNOW THE RISK!__**\\
 **__A FAILED BIOS UPDATE BY FOR EXAMPLE A POWER FAILURE CAN CAUSE THE COMPUTER TO NOT OPERATE!__**\\ **__A FAILED BIOS UPDATE BY FOR EXAMPLE A POWER FAILURE CAN CAUSE THE COMPUTER TO NOT OPERATE!__**\\
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 Go back to the [[SupGSMHybrid:​start|GSM Hybdird]] support page.\\ Go back to the [[SupGSMHybrid:​start|GSM Hybdird]] support page.\\
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