I fixed the solution - The problem was my pc wasnt connecting any sound softwares and as a result, removing sound completely. I found out that it was because of a faulty operating system and I had to reset my os. I couldnt reset my os the usual way so i had to use my pc as a recovery background.
People who having the same problem, this is the video I used and it did work. I think you guys should try it as well. https/www.youtube.com/watch?v=mw_EuTYAGLI&t=541s
Probably the wrong forum (windows 10 or components?) and without any detailed info e.g. what windows version, what your system specs are, what specific device make / models you are trying to connect aside from the yeti, it appears your usb hub may have been damaged by a bad cable and is no longer working.
Confirm by connecting the devices to another PC or laptop and see if they work or not (probably will, good to be sure). One thing you can try is trying another usb port (rear panel or front panel on the case, or vise-versa) possible only one is damaged and the other is working. Another thing you can try is removing the USB root hub in the device manager and let windows re-detect and download the driver and see if that fixes it. Only other resolve would be to get a new USB hub on a PCI or PCI-E card.
Even the nvida says its not connected but its working fine? I don't think its the PCI-E card because all other usb ports work as I'm using my mouse, ect.
Im at windows 10, my windows specs are 16 ram, 1070 gtx and i7, 7700k. The gyazo image https/gyazo.com/4c24ee90c3d5ce9408c3911474f32f2d shows that every single audio related device isn't connected somehow and I don't know why.
That is why I decided to write this on Audio
OS - Windows 10, Specs - i7 7700k, 16 GB RAM and 1070 gtx, - Im trying to figure out why all my sound related devices/components seem to not be connected to anything. This all happened when I decided to put a usb cable to the rear side of pc usb slots.
Ive done reconnecting all usbs, they all work so its definitely not the pci-e card, either is the HDMI cable because I tried 3 different cables. I checked the insides to see if anything was disconnected and nothing was. I also tried removing the drivers and reinstalling them.
Here are some images
Sounds like it could be yet another driver issue with the forced Win10 1709 update - Since removing / reinstalling the drivers does not help, I would backup your important data then try a Windows 10 "refresh" which will just about do a fresh install onto itself and should give you a working windows 10 again. It is actually pretty common for the on-board sound drivers to a problem with the 1709 update unfortunately.