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Bios setup error

I have found an error in my computer. When I am switching on power button of my computer following messege is appearing :-

"Auto detecting USB mass storage devices ...
00 USB mass storage devices found and configured.

USB device over current status ditected !!
System will shutdown after 15 seconds."

After showing the above message the computer shutting down after 15 seconds. Even I cannot enter in BIOS setup.

I have checked all the hardware & USB port but the result is same.

If anybody help me i will very gratefull to him.
I have the same problem but i have a PK5-VM mother boared and when i start it it says the same thing but evn though i have removed all the USB devices it still doesn't work please help me

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Kesin çözüm.
Usb girişlerinden birinde bi yıpranma var ve içinde bulunan 4 iğneden biri şaseye temas ediyor. Yani zor kullanılmış bu noktaya.
Hayırlı günler.

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Check your c-mose battery when power cable is unplugged the battery remove and after few seconds battery fix them and connect power cable then on the computer

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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