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Macbook USB ports not working

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I've done a bit of research online but my USB ports on my standard (white) Macbook don't work when I plug my iPhone/iPod into them. I can get them to work if i turn the comp completely off, plug them in, and then turn it on, but that's the only way. Any way to fix this?

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