How to Disconnect a USB Hub

A USB hub increases the amount of USB connections you have on a computer system. This is especially useful if you run out of connection ports on your computer. However, like switching devices to a wireless connection, you may not need a USB hub on your computer, and you must disconnect the empty USB hub from your computer system. Instructions
1
Remove all USB hardware running to the USB hub on the computer system.
two

Disconnect the USB cable running from the back of the computer system’s USB hub.
3

Click the “Start” button, select “Control Panel”, select “System”, click “Hardware” and select “Device Manager”. A window will appear with all the hardware installed on the computer.
4

Scroll through the list until you find the USB hub option. Right-click on the USB hub option and choose “Delete” from the context menu. This completely removes the USB hub from the computer.

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