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Bios goes down 15 seconds

No keyboard and usb device over current status detected and it went down with 15 seconds.thanks,henry

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  • jpe1002000 Feb 28, 2009

    the bios says(keyboard/interfence detected)also(usb device over current status detected)It last 15 seconds.I have asus p5q pro lga 775 intel p45 atx intel motherboard.Intel pentium e5200 wolfdale 2.5 ghz lga 775 65w dual-core processor model.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand with no keyboard and USB devices installed, I am tempted to think that it is a motherboard issue. Since the USB and keyboard both uses +5VDC and the ports are close to one another, you may want to check within that area. With no power and using a continuity tester, check the +5 pin of the USB port. The USB has only 4 pins; +5, Data -, Data + and GND. Likewise, the PS/2 port for the keyboard has pin 5 for the +5 and pin 4 for the GND. Both + 5 pins should read between 5 & 10 ohms. Anything lower is questionable and maybe cause by a partially shorted capacitor of a leaky/fault reverse protection diode. This of course if you are considering a DIY (do-it-yourself) repair. Of course, the simplest/easiest would be to replace the motherboard.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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    Louie Role Feb 28, 2009

    errata:
    on the PS/2 keyboard port, pin x is + 5 and pin x is GND as shown below.

    Additionally, this might help for the USB.



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It appears that you USB ports are not turned to the on or auto position. This can be corrected by using a plug in type keyboard adapter, "either from an old keyboard, or from a local computer shop", this will get your keyboard working. I would bet that once you get into the bios ,your usb device setting is set to disable or off. Just use the arrows and escapr key to navigate, hitting enter will give you the different options, and f10 to get out followed by enter. There also will be a menu at the bottom of the Bios screen, good luck

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Have you tried it with a ps/2 mouse and keyboard ?

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try clearing the BIOS/CMOS battery. Sometimes, and very rarely, the default shutdown tempeature is set to low, thus making your system think it is overheating when it actually is not.

The problem may also lie in the power supply.

Make sure the fan on your cpu is working properly,

also remove the video card and check out.as video card sucks up too much power from the power supply, or it's just faulty and is somehow screwing the computer up.

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What is your exact problem in more detail? Also what is the make and model of the motherboard. Once I have more information I can assist you further. Also please take a moment to rate my solution accordingly, or wait til I have assisted you further before requesting more assistance.
Thank you,
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Let your machine rest for a while.remove all connections and unplug from min power outlet for a while,then reconnect everything and try.

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Could you describe the issue a bit further? What do you have hooked up to it? How long has this been happening?

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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