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Old 09-13-2008, 07:08 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by mesfet View Post
I got the same problem with my Intel mainboard with ATOM cpu, and fixed this trouble setting, in the BIOS menu, USB legacy mode.

So, try to setup USB LEGACY MODE in you BIOS : hope you fix the over-current USB problem.
Best regards. Paolo
This is thread is over a year old. You should look at the date before posting.

An over current means just that. A device have short circuited the power to ground. The device could be the USB hub or a device connected to the USB port.


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