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ASUS A8S-X USB PROBLEM

Hope to help me...When i connect my wireless keybord and mouse adapter and press the button to start my pc then is starts the checking disk and after finishing it it starts again and again!after i remove this adapter it starts normally and if i plug the adapter after its ok.but when i connect the usb of my ADSL box after 5-6 minutes a blue screen apears and restarts automatically.WHY???

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  • dodakos Jun 16, 2008

    Thanx man a lot!!!i will try it and i wil tell u the outcome!!!keep sending tips to other ppl there!!!

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My first solution to you would be to download and update your bios. If you do make sure to understand the instructions, because you can permanently destroy your pc if you do it wrong.
Good luck,
Lee

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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