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Maybe you might!
Maybe you might!
 
It''sIt's some work, but there are fuse links on the USB power feed lines so you might be able to save the logic board.
It''sIt's some work, but there are fuse links on the USB power feed lines so you might be able to save the logic board.
 
I should point out these are SMT components so you do need to have good soldering skills and will need to use a meter to measure the voltages.
I should point out these are SMT components so you do need to have good soldering skills and will need to use a meter to measure the voltages.
 
I would first check out to see if the USB ports are still working (just not able to power the device). Using a new powered USB hub and a known good USB device connected to it (i.e. HD or thumb drive) can you get the port to see the drive. If you can you have a chance here, if not, sorry you burn't the controller on the logic board.
I would first check out to see if the USB ports are still working (just not able to power the device). Using a new powered USB hub and a known good USB device connected to it (i.e. HD or thumb drive) can you get the port to see the drive. If you can you have a chance here, if not, sorry you burn't the controller on the logic board.
 
Also check your power lines using a cheater cord do they offer power? As you could have burn't something else.

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Maybe you might! It''s

It''s
some work, but there are fuse links on the USB power feed lines so you might be able to save the logic board. I

I
should point out these are SMT components so you do need to have good soldering skills and will need to use a meter to measure the voltages. I

I
would first check out to see if the USB ports are still working (just not able to power the device). Using a new powered USB hub and a known good USB device connected to it (i.e. HD or thumb drive) can you get the port to see the drive. If you can you have a chance here, if not, sorry you burn't the controller on the logic board. Also

Also
check your power lines using a cheater cord do thethey offer power? As you could have burn't something else.
Maybe you might! It''s

It''s
some work, but there are fuse links on the USB power feed lines so you might be able to save the logic board. I

I
should point out these are SMT components so you do need to have good soldering skills and will need to use a meter to measure the voltages. I

I
would first check out to see if the USB ports are still working (just not able to power the device). Using a new powered USB hub and a known good USB device connected to it (i.e. HD or thumb drive) can you get the port to see the drive. If you can you have a chance here, if not, sorry you burn't the controller on the logic board. Also

Also
check your power lines using a cheater cord do thethey offer power? As you could have burn't something else.

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Maybe you might! It''s some work, but there are fuse links on the USB power feed lines so you might be able to save the logic board. I should point out these are SMT components so you do need to have good soldering skills and will need to use a meter to measure the voltages. I would first check out to see if the USB ports are still working (just not able to power the device). Using a new powered USB hub and a known good USB device connected to it (i.e. HD or thumb drive) can you get the port to see the drive. If you can you have a chance here, if not, sorry you burn't the controller on the logic board. Also check your power lines using a cheater cord do the offer power?

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