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Solved: usb device over current detected

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by skybluerh, Mar 2, 2009.

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  1. skybluerh

    skybluerh Thread Starter

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    Hi anyone there,
    I am new to this site. Anyway, I need your help. I just built a pc with Asus P5KPL-CM mother board. When I boot, it says 'usb device over current detected, and the system will shut down in 15 seconds'. When I disconnect the front usb cable from the board, it booted and works O.K.
    How do we solve this problem?
    thanks
     
  2. chrome57

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    The case USB socket may have a short in it. just leave it off. Investigate with a circuit tester. But most stay dead. If there is a device on that USB header disconnect it.
     
  3. skybluerh

    skybluerh Thread Starter

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    Brilliant! Thank you. It works now. You are right, I checked the usb socket, yes, it is damaged socket.
    Problem solved.
     
  4. chrome57

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    Sweet
     
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