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I have an asus P5QL PRO MOBO. I got everything installed, but I'm having issue where plugging anything into the back of the computer freezes the computer, and then when I power it back up there is no response to anything plunged in. Like the monitor,keyboard or mouse.

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You can try by reinstalling the windows again it might fix your problem.



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