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Asus P5k-VM USB current status over detected, tried almost everything

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by crazlunatic, Jul 7, 2013.

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  1. crazlunatic

    crazlunatic Thread Starter

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    Hi. I did use search function and still have the USB current status over detected and cannot boot properly. Here is a list of everything I did - if anyone has any additional suggestions please let me know.

    I did the following:

    1) Disconnect front panel USB
    2) Check all USB slots for damage, there was no damage
    3) Reset the BIOS by removing battery
    4) Change the memory
    5) Change the motherboard battery
    6) Flash BIOS to newest version

    I still get this USB error. I shined a flashlight at all the USB slots at the back and they look pretty fine to me. Note that previously, the computer could not boot into Windows properly because of a damaged SATA cable and I have changed it. It boot fine for 1 day and on the 2nd day, I received this error.

    Thanks in advance to everyone who can help.
     
  2. Triple6

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    So you have all USB devices disconnected?

    On the motherboard I believe there are jumpers for USB standby, possibly just one but could be a few, check the motherboard to verify. If it does indeed have them, try changing the jumper positions from enabled to disabled or vice versa.

    Otherwise you may have faulty motherboard.

    EDIT: you may want to see if removing the motherboard from the case clears the error, just set it up on card board and try booting it up.
     
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