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hey guys, i just turned on my PC, it makes the POST but it doesn't pass from "Inicializing USB controllers..." what can be this problem? i already took out the usb that were connected and still is doing the same. any help?
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Hi Kedas,
Have there been any updates to Windows or software lately, or have you had any problems with one of the USB devices before you unplugged them? Also the internal (on the motherboard) drivers for the root hubs are part on the BIOS setup and the MOBO drivers check those also. If it is not an hardware issue it will most likely be in that are of your system.
Good Luck and hope this helps you out.
    
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post #3 of 22
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Hi Kedas,
Have there been any updates to Windows or software lately, or have you had any problems with one of the USB devices before you unplugged them? Also the internal (on the motherboard) drivers for the root hubs are part on the BIOS setup and the MOBO drivers check those also. If it is not an hardware issue it will most likely be in that are of your system.
Good Luck and hope this helps you out.
well i dind't update any software lately, only program new i was trying was sandboxie just to see how it worked and unninstalled it, was going to install GTA 4 when i noticed that the DVD driver wasn't being detected in the windows, it was turned on to the power but looked like it was not plugged in the IDE, so was going to check now before turning the pc on. already took out the battery of the bios and putted on and is doing the same :S expect for the fact that the keyboard and mouse lights turn on but can't do anything.

and haven't had any problems with usb
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post #4 of 22
have you double checked the HDD you aee booting from is still connected?

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have you double checked the HDD you aee booting from is still connected?

Sent from a wheely bin on the Wirral.
yes, it's still connected, now the keyboard and mouse lights don't even turn on -.-' and it's doing the same. is there something that is possible to change in the board?
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any help?
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Lights on mobo work ?
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Lights on mobo work ?
yes, it doesn't pass the initial boot, it gives the POST signal and doesn't pass the usb controllers inicialization.
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post #9 of 22
Try to turn off your PSU, then hold power-button for 20 seconds. Turn on the PSU again and fire her up.

If this does not work, turn off your psu again and hold power-button for 20 seconds, then take out cmos battery and shorten cmos jumper for 15 minutes. Then put everything back again and try.
    
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post #10 of 22
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Try to turn off your PSU, then hold power-button for 20 seconds. Turn on the PSU again and fire her up.

If this does not work, turn off your psu again and hold power-button for 20 seconds, then take out cmos battery and shorten cmos jumper for 15 minutes. Then put everything back again and try.
how do i shorten cmos jumper? i take out the blue jumper off for 15 mins and put it back on? http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-Npuao9R2qj...mos_jumper.jpg its the same as the one in the pic
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