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post #11 of 15
Well, while the devices aren't disconnect/reconnecting as they were before, the problem still exists. I disabled the xHCI and eHCI in bios. here are some screens of my devmgmt and USBView




USB power in bios is being forced to 1.5v.

Really at my end with this board and I'm about to return it to microcenter and go with an Asus or something...
post #12 of 15
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Also Sin, I noticed you're a big poster here. Thanks for that. And you're about a few towns over from Falls Church.. Hah.
Yea no problem, I moved to atlanta though a month ago.
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Well, while the devices aren't disconnect/reconnecting as they were before, the problem still exists. I disabled the xHCI and eHCI in bios. here are some screens of my devmgmt and USBView




USB power in bios is being forced to 1.5v.

Really at my end with this board and I'm about to return it to microcenter and go with an Asus or something...
where do you see USB power in BIOS being forced to 1.5v?
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post #13 of 15
its in the chipset voltage setting. Can change the HCI voltage to force it to 1.5 or leave at auto. Disregard since I got the UD4H, this was left at auto and the same thing is still happening, cross post to the other thread.
post #14 of 15
Fingers crossed I got this resolved. I disabled ALL bios USB options (xHCI, eHCI, and the other one that determines what should use what usb hub, forget the name) and looks like I have had any disconnects.
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