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USB decide problems with power limits of its hub port

Do u have any idea how can i fix this i have a zune 30gb and last night i was gonna charge my zune and it didnt want to charge so i took the usb cable to my computer and the message popped up about the power surge on hub port and it says "a usb deciice has exceeded the poer limits of its hub port." can u gibe me an idea of what might be wrong with it

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  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2008

    I'm having the same problem, I connected my 30 gb zune to my pc and it says power surge on usb hub port, then I tried to charge it on its ac adapter and it won't... whats wrong with it... can it be fixed?

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Posted on Aug 13, 2008

Mine is doing the same thing. M$ wants over $100 to fix it. Right. It's gone.

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