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Dell Latitude D600 Docking station Problems

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Hello, I have a Dell Latitude D600 notebook and I currently have 3 exact docking stations for it. When I connect my notebook to any of the 3 docking stations it will not Detect any USB devices. I have reinstalled the drivers for it and it still dose not work. Any Ideas?
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With the system undocked, go into system properties ( windowskey+ pause/break key) click the hardware tab, then the hardware profile button, now delete the docked profile, restart the system and now dock the system and test the usb ports.
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thanks for the suggestion but it turned out to be a deffective Bluetooth port on the motherboard.
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