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I hava a Asus Laptop. I have bought it from Bangladesh. It's Model N52J. Core i3. But when my work with this laptop than sometimes one Messege shown 'Power Surge on Hub Port' and than USB port do not work. When restart my laptop then sometimes it's ok. But after 2 or 3 minutes shown this messege.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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unless your a very competant motherboard components repairer.
this is beyond repair. i,d suggest taking it to a repair centre, where they will replace the motherboard. and unfortunately a large invoice to go with it. probably more cost effective to look at a replacement laptop.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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That series of laptop has a problem with it's battery which causes malfunction...
Moreover, make sure you have current BIOS and driver updates for you laptop, not all manufactures offer complete firmware updates like Lenovo; take advantage of it.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
I don't know how old your system might be or how many USB controllers it has on the motherboard, but understand this...
Theoretically, one USB port can support up to 999 "daisy chained" devices.
With that said...the way a USB port is implemented on a motherboard, manufacturers enable two or four ports to be working off of one USB interface. Those ports you see on the front of your computer are most likely connected to just one USB interface on the actual motherboard and that's why you always see computers with USB ports located together in pairs.
With that in mind, you're USB ports are connected to what is referred to as a "hub"(that motherboard interface), which only outputs so much power. If one device or many devices attached to this "hub" exceed the power output of this "hub" then it will either back down to USB 1.1 speeds or it won't function at all. That is why some USB accessories require their own wall adapter, because the USB can't supply all the necessary power for it.
So one of two things has happened, either your USB port is fried or you introduced a new USB item to the "hub" that surpasses the power requirements of what your USB hub can output once you plug in your mp3 player.
You can troubleshoot by unplugging all un-necessary USB equipment and try only that port again. My assumption is that the USB hub is fine but the actual usb port you use might be damaged.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
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Some USB devices draw excessive power from the USB port, especially USB scanners. When this happens you need a powered USB hub, connect this to your computer's USB port and connect the USB device into the powered USB hub, you should not have any further error power surge problems.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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Remember the help below is only a fix for seeing the error message not for overdrawing the port.
To stop overdrawing the port you need to either use a power supply or a double USB cable.
To prevent seeing the USB Power Surge alert message, complete the following steps:
Click on START, Click on CONTROL PANEL, Double-click on the SYSTEM icon, Click on the HARDWARE tab, Click the DEVICE MANAGER button, Click the "+" next to Universal Serial Bus Controllers to expand the selection.,Right-click and select PROPERTIES on the Intel® USB UNIVERSAL HOST CONTROLLER (not the USB Root Hub),Click the ADVANCED Tab, Check the box that says: "Don't tell me about USB errors"
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I guess that this could be your error message:
"Error message when you wake up a Windows XP-based computer from hibernation or from standby: "Power Surge on Hub Port: A USB Device has exceeded the power limits of its hub port"
If it is the case, please try below solution:
When you wake up a Microsoft Windows XP-based computer from hibernation or from standby, you may receive the following error message:
Power Surge on Hub Port: A USB Device has exceeded the power limits of its hub port. This error message is displayed even if there are no USB devices connected to the computer. WORKAROUND loadTOCNode(1, 'workaround'); To work around this issue, disable the USB 2.0-enhanced host controller.
Close Device Manager.
I hope that this should resolve the issue for you.
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