You may often times experience that the USB-C port on your Windows laptop has performance issues, or is just no longer working.

This can happen for a lot of reasons, such as the motherboard being responsible for software issues related to your USB 3.0 ports or any other ports on the motherboard, corrupted or missing drivers, bad or poorly connected cables, outdated windows, etc.

In this guide, we will walk you through how to fix this issue by yourself.

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