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When the computer is booting these words appears usb device over current status detected, and then after 15 seconds the computer is shut down

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A USB device is drawing too much power so the system crashes. Remove all devices attached to USB and try again. If it's the same then remove all external USB ports - the ones connected with wires to the motherboard. If it's the same then there's a short in the motherboard - unfixable, replace it with a new one.

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