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USB power surge, now i/o won't work

HELP! I recently got a power surge warning on my USB port, and now none of my i/o peripherals will work. The board still powers up and I can hear the hard drive working, but the monitor, keyboard and mouse ports are dead. Is the board partially dead or am I missing something?

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This problem might be caused when there is short-circuit on board,but firstly before jumping into conclusion try troubleshoot all component on other related board,if it's function then the problem is fromm the board and if not it's surely means that it's the component that is bad and all you need to do is for you to replace all spoilt components, and if it's also the board the best thing is to purchase thesame type of board.

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