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apple studio display usb problem


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Hi,

Ever since I replaced the graphics card om my mac, the two usb-ports on the back of my apple studio display (LCD 17" model M7649) don't work no more (see also thread graphics card failure?)
More people seem to experience similar problems http://discussions.apple.com/thread....1052&tstart=60

How can I figure out if this is a software or a hardware issue?

Thanks,
Vincent
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