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Hi Kana, help me to understand this. Your Southbridge is on the Fritz; your USB is of the slow connection. I am with the understanding that there are commonly two errors with the Southbridge. One being electrostatic discharge wich can cause the chip to latch up and will lead to damage of the chip with acutal burn marks on the outside wich leads to POST failure. Obviously not your case, and then there is the internal burn of the chip that will lead to non-responding usb ports. I hope I got this right. Now to repair your Southbridge you would actually have to physically replace that chip and resolder it. This of course would require superb soldering skills and great tools. Would it not be easier and more economical to purchase a PCI-to-USB2 cardPCMCIa-to-USB2 adapter? Now I am not saying that it can't be done. I did find this site http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5790852/how_to_reflow_your_laptop_motherboard.html?cat=15 that tells you about reflowing the board in connection with failing Southbridge solder connections. I know it's a different laptop but the procedure isshould be the same. I do hope this helps and let us know how it works out. It does sound really interesting. Good Luck
Hi Kana, help me to understand this. Your Southbridge is on the Fritz; your USB is of the slow connection. I am with the understanding that there are commonly two errors with the Southbridge. One being electrostatic discharge wich can cause the chip to latch up and will lead to damage of the chip with acutal burn marks on the outside wich leads to POST failure. Obviously not your case, and then there is the internal burn of the chip that will lead to non-responding usb ports. I hope I got this right. Now to repair your Southbridge you would actually have to physically replace that chip and resolder it. This of course would require superb soldering skills and great tools. Would it not be easier and more economical to purchase a PCI-to-USB2 cardPCMCIa-to-USB2 adapter? Now I am not saying that it can't be done. I did find this site http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5790852/how_to_reflow_your_laptop_motherboard.html?cat=15 that tells you about reflowing the board in connection with failing Southbridge solder connections. I know it's a different laptop but the procedure isshould be the same. I do hope this helps and let us know how it works out. It does sound really interesting. Good Luck

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Hi Kana, help me to understand this. Your Southbridge is on the Fritz; your USB is of the slow connection. I am with the understanding that there are commonly two errors with the Southbridge. One being electrostatic discharge wich can cause the chip to latch up and will lead to damage of the chip with acutal burn marks on the outside wich leads to POST failure. Obviously not your case, and then there is the internal burn of the chip that will lead to non-responding usb ports. I hope I got this right. Now to repair your Southbridge you would actually have to physically replace that chip and resolder it. This of course would require superb soldering skills and great tools. Would it not be easier and more economical to purchase a PCI-to-USB2 card? Now I am not saying that it can't be done. I did find this site http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5790852/how_to_reflow_your_laptop_motherboard.html?cat=15 that tells you about reflowing the board in connection with failing Southbridge solder connections. I know it's a laptop but the procedure is the same. I do hope this helps and let us know how it works out. It does sound really interesting. Good Luck
Hi Kana, help me to understand this. Your Southbridge is on the Fritz; your USB is of the slow connection. I am with the understanding that there are commonly two errors with the Southbridge. One being electrostatic discharge wich can cause the chip to latch up and will lead to damage of the chip with acutal burn marks on the outside wich leads to POST failure. Obviously not your case, and then there is the internal burn of the chip that will lead to non-responding usb ports. I hope I got this right. Now to repair your Southbridge you would actually have to physically replace that chip and resolder it. This of course would require superb soldering skills and great tools. Would it not be easier and more economical to purchase a PCI-to-USB2 card? Now I am not saying that it can't be done. I did find this site http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5790852/how_to_reflow_your_laptop_motherboard.html?cat=15 that tells you about reflowing the board in connection with failing Southbridge solder connections. I know it's a laptop but the procedure is the same. I do hope this helps and let us know how it works out. It does sound really interesting. Good Luck

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Hi Kana, help me to understand this. Your Southbridge is on the Fritz; your USB is of the slow connection. I am with the understanding that there are commonly two errors with the Southbridge. One being electrostatic discharge wich can cause the chip to latch up and will lead to damage of the chip with acutal burn marks on the outside wich leads to POST failure. Obviously not your case, and then there is the internal burn of the chip that will lead to non-responding usb ports. I hope I got this right. Now to repair your Southbridge you would actually have to physically replace that chip and resolder it. This of course would require superb soldering skills and great tools. Would it not be easier and more economical to purchase a PCI-to-USB2 card? Now I am not saying that it can't be done. I did find this site http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5790852/how_to_reflow_your_laptop_motherboard.html?cat=15 that tells you about reflowing the board in connection with failing Southbridge solder connections. I do hope this helps and let us know how it works out. It does sound really interesting. Good Luck

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