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  • fahrulsani Feb 10, 2009

    the same problem happens to my Lenovo Y400
    0701:USB Over Current On HC/Port - Bus:00H Dev:1DH Fun 01H/Port:00H
    0701:USB Over Current On HC/Port - Bus:00H Dev:1DH Fun 02H/Port:00H

    anyone can help?
    Fahrul
    Jakarta


  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2009

    i have the same problem with my Y 400 lenovo laptop

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Try connecting your USB peripherals through a mains powered hub.

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Try turning on the computer in safe mode and turn on the computer by pressing f8 and see if that works. check in the bios if the cd drive is detected make sure that the disk you put in cd drive is a bootable disk

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