USB devices take 45-90s to recognize
Whenever I plug in a USB device (phone, usb drive, external hdd, kb, mouse, etc) to my desktop, it takes a while to be recognized. Usually around 1 minute, but sometimes long enough for a quick bathroom break. Last night I was trying to put something on a USB drive and transfer it to my laptop, but the drive was recognized right away by my laptop, so I knew it wasn't the drive and it was most likely an issue with my desktop. The devices seem to work fine once recognized though.
It doesn't seem to matter what port I plug a device into, the USB2 or USB3 ports on the back of the mobo, or the USB2 or USB3 ports on the front of the case connected to the pins on the mobo.
Unfortunately I had assumed it was a problem with my phone at first, (my phone was having a similar issue when connecting to my laptop) so I'm not sure when it started. It used to work fine though.
I've tried searching for a solution, but every time I run a search with the words "usb" and "slow" in the search terms, I end up with numerous pages of issues about USB speed, which I am not having. So I apologize if this has been covered, as I could not find it.
I'm also experiencing some graphics issues at the moment, so I'm listing my specs from memory, I will update with more information when possible.
Intel i5 Haswell @ 2.9ghz
128gb Samsung 840 SSD
Onboard gfx (trying to get a Geforce GTX 580 to work again atm)
Asus wireless card
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