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''CMOS Settings Wrong! USB DEVICE OVER CURRENT STATUS DETECTED

>ive undergo everything...unhooked the front panel USB, dettached all connected devices,,clear the CMOS, change the CMOS battery, only 1 stick of RAM use,check the memory module, remove and reset memory module, ive checked the jumper settings, update the bios to latest version..ive checked already the MoBo if there is short circuit,,.nothings happen!!
even i dismantle all components from MoBo, theres nothing happen..Always the error pop up....

What should i do?Does anybody knows about this type of error?

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  • jay_ar4
    jay_ar4 Nov 11, 2008

    Hi,

    Thanks for your immediate reply..Im already using the PS2 port for keyboard/mouse but still the error persist. I've checked already the jumper settings in USB front panel and the Front panel itself near the CMOS CLRTC, it seems there is a short circuit happened between the CMOS CLRTC and the front panel where the on/off jumper located. It happens when i clear the CMOS and then it automatically turning ON the PC..Is there a possibility that this will be the cause of error?

    Tnxs..

  • jay_ar4
    jay_ar4 Nov 11, 2008



    Hi,

    Yes, its an ASUS P5PE VM MoBo....



    Thanks again..

  • jay_ar4
    jay_ar4 Nov 11, 2008

    Hi,



    Recently, we changed power supply. Just in case, the problem was in the power supply..:)

    But unfortunately, nothings happen!. Still the error persists.. I've already give my time troubleshooting this type of error. Well i guess, i've encountered a serious type of error..

    Does anybody have a bright ideas? Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

  • jay_ar4
    jay_ar4 Nov 12, 2008

    Ok. Thanks for your help. I apologize for this word "Does anybody have a bright ideas?", im just gathering any information on how to fix this type of problem.



    For additional information, i've try another MoBo P5PE VM for my PC. Actually, no more annoying error persists.

    Then, i have two options left. Whether im going to buy a new one or trying my very best to fix this one.:)

    For additional information again, i try to update my bios EZ FLASH to the latest one. Until now, it keeps updating. Correct me if im wrong, is EZ FLASH and AFLASH or AWDFLASH is the same?

    Because, at first im using AFLASH or AWDFLASH in updating my bios (im refering to ASUSTECH), it was the latest one. But then, it still the same, the annoying error persists. I think, im using the wrong one (AFLASH) because nothings happen after updating my bios. So, i try EZ FLASH for my bios now. So far, it keeps updating.I hope it works.

    Anyway, thanks for your help and spending your time with us.

    Thanks for FixYa!.

  • jay_ar4
    jay_ar4 Nov 21, 2008

    Yes, i've already checked the USB ports sockets then i've found out that the problem is in there because when i clear the CMOS with its CLRTC, it automatically turning ON my pc..

  • jay_ar4
    jay_ar4 Nov 21, 2008

    For additional information with my problem:

    By the way, my pc is 24 hours a day working then it happen one day when i shutdown, then restarting up again, it cannot proceed to startup menu..Then there is an error that is always prompting ...

    "USB DEVICE OVER CURRENT STATUS DETECTED!

    THE SYSTEM WILL SHUTDOWN IN 15 SECONDS"



    >it keeps prompting every restarting up....Why?

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    I have the same problem and nothing that i do helps. I think that we can't resolve this.



  • humes1965 Apr 02, 2009

    esystem ei 204 USB DEVICE OVER CURRENT STATUS DETECTED

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Have you checked all USB port sockets to see if any of them are broken? I mean inside the socket itself. It is easy to break the small plastic black tongue in these (e.g. by bending down on a USB memory stick. Then when you put another USB plug into it, the 4 contacts can get bent and the +5V will short out with the case.
Check all USB sockets.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

  • Steve Si
    Steve Si Nov 21, 2008

    Disconnect the front USB sockets to see if this fixes it?

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I experienced the same problem but tracked it down to a truly short circuited USB port on my *case* (i.e. not the on-board one). Take all USB connectors out. Inspect all ports and clean them carefuly to remove and debris that could cause short circuit. Disconnect any and all external (off-board) USB ports from the mainboard and clean those connectors as well (same as above). Then see whether this solved the problem.

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My mothers House had termites and they were crawling inside of my sons PC. Termites were shorting out his video card previously. They got fried onto the card. This time it was the same thing. Termites. So, check for debris or bugs like roaches or TErMITES, LOL!

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Just check the jumper settings my mb is p5ql pro, came with 1 jumper missing for usb and displayed the same error message, i've used one from my own stash and sorted

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Hi,

Offhand, if you are using either or both a USB keyboard and/or mouse, try using PS/2s instead. If problem is gone any of the the two has a defective circuitry (keyboard/mouse). Or for that matter any USB device plugged in when booting. If removed and problem still persists, then there is a short in any of the USB ports. The USB port has only 4 connections (terminals) with one end tied to the ground. The opposite end is the B+5. With the use of a continuity tester, you can try to isolate which port is grounded

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Nov 11, 2008

    Hi again,

    Appreciate likewise the quick postback.

    Please confirm that your motherboard is an ASUS P5PE-VM.

    Cheers.


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    Louie Role Nov 11, 2008

    Have you checked with the use of a continuity tester (DVM or VOM) my initial post "The USB port has only 4 connections (terminals) with one end tied to
    the ground. The opposite end is the B+5. With the use of a continuity
    tester, you can try to isolate which port is grounded
    "?

    Additionally, in your subsequent post "I've checked already the jumper settings in USB front panel", to my knowledge, there are no jumper settings for the USB, there are however pin connectors that would go to the front USB ports. Any jumper installed/placed on the front USB pins on the motherboard would be shorting those pins. If you placed any jumpers where there should be none, it may be necessary for you to reference the manual as to the correct locations of the connectors, where they should go to and which needs jumpers.

    Incidentally, since you are asking for assistance from others "Does anybody have a bright ideas?", this would be my last post. Good luck.

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Dude, greats from russia. sorry for ugly sort of typing.
Take your motherboard away from the case. Plug all of your hardware and start the system. If all going good - the problem is in the circuts between your case and motherboard. That little places where screw-bolts wrapped up. I'm glad if this solution helps you.

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

  • MorrisAns Jul 15, 2011

    Hello,had this problem only when the system is mounted in the case. However outside the case the system works perfectly. What do you mean by the screw-bolt (is it the gold plated screw to align the motherboard in the case)? or could it be the cabling?

    plus i did try to connect the front connector while the motherboard is away from the case..it work great unless it is in the case which causes the problem.

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The most successful solution to this would be to re-seat the motherboard. There is a good chance that it wasn't seated properly and is having trouble with the case. Make sure you have the PSU off when you do so.

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Hi everyone, I HAD the same problem and tried every thung mentioned in all these forums until i read goitalone's post so I looked at my video wich is on board on a P4GC-MX\1333
It seems that one of my video srew bolts were really loose to where they almost came out with the monitor plug so I tightened them down and plugged back in the monitor and viola booted with the F1 to enter cmos I wentin and set all settings and it works just fine THAMKS A MILLION goitalone even just for the insight as my computer does not have termites hehe.

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

  • john wyke Oct 29, 2011

    Thanks for this solution - I have spent hours on this. I removed the chassis screw from under the Graphics card slot at the rear .... and IT WORKS - would you believe it??

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