Satellite C650 USB - Ports off a few minutes after the start of every day

When I start my C650 Satellite for the first time every day the USB ports work perfectly, then after a few minutes, that you hear the-, they stop working and features of disappear of display devices & Printers.

Reboot during the day makes no difference but the next day to the first commissioning of the USB ports working again. I think that every day they work a little longer, but I have not yet proved.

Anyone got any ideas?

You already posted in this thread.

Therefore, it would be interesting to know how USB ports work after that USB controllers was removed and installed again. The comments appreciated.

In addition, you can disable the option that allows to disable USB ports in order to save power. This can be done in-USB Controllers-> properties > Device Manager - > last tab (power management)

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