How to fix USB devices not working issue in Windows 10

As we know the USB devices are one of the most useful surfaces for a Computer. You can connect your storage devices via USB and you can also connect your smartphones. You can connect mobile dongles to connect to the Internet. No doubt USB devices are one of the most important accessories we can have for our systems. Many people who were facing issues when it came to connecting USB devices on Windows 10. Issues like device not charging properly, USB devices becoming idle after a while, File Explorer hanging and even USB units not being recognized. For those users today we’re here with a trick by which you can easily solve this issue.

Yes, this is possible by this way that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to fix USB devices not working issue in Windows 10 by just following the below steps.

Steps To Fix USB Devices Not Working Issue in Windows 10

Step 1. First of all, press “Windows+R” and type ‘devmgmt.msc’ in the Run dialog box to open Device Manager.

Step 2. When the Device Manager window opens, you have to seek the USB device with whom you’re facing trouble. It may be listed under Human Interface Devices as USB Input Device.

Step 3. Once you find the USB device, just go ahead right click on the USB device and go to its Properties.

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Step 4. Now go to the Details tab in this Properties window.

Step 5. Check the drop-down menu and choose Device Instance Path.

Step 6. Press Windows Key + R again and type in regedit into the Run command.

Step 7. This will start the Windows Registry Editor and this is where we are going to make the real modifications.

Step 8. Navigate to the following:

“HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\<Device Instance Path>\Device Parameters”

Step 9. The Device Instance Path is the very same thing that’s given in the Properties window of the USB device properties.

Step 10. In the right pane of Device Parameters key look for the DWORD named EnhancedPowerManagementEnabledwhich must be showing its Value data as 1.

Step 11. Change the Value data to 0. Click OK. You may now close the Registry Editor as well as Device Manager.

Step 12. That’s it! Now Reboot the system to get fixed!

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