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Usb hub powering up mt pc fans??

Powered usb hub is setting fans on in my pc??? when i plug my hub in the back of my pc all my fans come on and cpu fan comes on when the pc is not powered up ?? it is switched so why is this happening julie

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The switching system of your mainboard is not working properly try to change the resistor and capasitor near the control panel. good luck

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