Question about ASUS motherboard P5S-MX SE LGA775 SiS671FX Dual core / Core2 Duo PCI-E integrated VGA micro ATX P5... (4719543152454)
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.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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