Originally Posted by googlez
but Ubuntu did not support all USB 2.0 interface in my computers,
it did not recognized keyboard and mouse inserted in USB2.0.
I doubt that there is any moderately current Linux distro that doesn't support USB 1, 2 and 3. How do you know it doesn't recognize the devices?
To troubleshoot this, start by inserting them in different ports.
Also use the lsusb command - run it before and after inserting keyboard and mouse and compare.
The kernel message buffer should provide some information as well. For example, run tail -f /var/log/syslog to display kernel messages as they are generated, then insert the devices and see if there is any reaction.