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Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H "Power Surge HUB/USB power exceeds power Limits" what is this all about????

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Something and random error from the Z77 Series

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Flash to latest BIOS,, or at least clear cmos before you start this operation and remove the power cord, then press few times on power button on your case, wait 30 seconds, plug power cord and boot.


2. Go into BIOS > load optimized defaults, reboot, go into BIOS enable wake by PCI-E in BIOS and all wake functions.


3. Download and install latest Intel RST drivers for your mobo, and latest Intel/NEC USB 3.0 Renesas drivers, uninstall the previous ones, reboot.


4. Into windows,control panel>power options> set USB selective suspend to off, same goes for PCI-E Link power turn it off!


5. Enable high performance power plan in control panel.


6. If your reinstalling Windows, make sure your using USB 2.0 ports, during the operation! later you can use whatever port you want.


That would be all, this works 100000% especially if you use USB 2.0 bracket! you don't need USB 3.0 for keyboard/mouse!

P.S. Also using newer models of USB drivers, with lower amp/mv rating might be smart.
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great thanx
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where to find the "set USB selective suspend to off, same goes for PCI-E Link power turn it off!" its not in power options windows 7
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Ive send you pm, i hope you get it by now thumb.gif
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I had this exact problem and it ended up being one of the SATA cables being loose. I know it seems ignorant but check the connections to the motherboard. I recently updated my BIOS to version F14 and i thought that would be the problem. I downgraded back to F6 and the problem still persisted so I checked the connectivity to the motherboard and one of my SATA cables didn't latch in and secure properly. I guess Windows 7 or whatever thinks it's a USB 3.0 problem.... Just informing everybody and I hope it works out.
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