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Usb cause my laptop to shutdown

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I have a ASUS A6 series laptop for a few years now and suddenly every time I plugged in a usb device like my mouse my computer doesnt want to start up. You can hear the computer is on but nothing display on the screen. when I unplug the usb device it works without any problems...

Do you maybe know what could be the problem?

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