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Starting this afternoon, i turned off my computer to blow out the fans with an air compressor. I turn it back on and notice that windows 10 is giving me an error for the usb port that my mouse is plugged into. It's as follows: "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. USB Device Descriptor Request Failed (Code 43)"

I've troubleshooted the ever living crap out of it to no avail. The odd thing is, my logitech mouse/keyboard, my dell keyboard and my razer lachesis dont work off of it. None of them even act like they're alive except for the lachesis, which lights up for a split second then gives an error (only device that throws an error), but when i plug in 2 completely different flash drives, they install drivers and work perfectly, same goes for my phone, charges fine. I'm lost, is it broken or what?
Edited by asus6983 - 7/10/16 at 7:36am
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Maybe it is a power surge issue or static buildup if you let the fans spin while blowing them with a air compressor?

It might be a good idea to leave the computer unplugged from power for up to 6 hours and then plug it back in to see if the issue is gone.
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I wouldn't mind giving it a try, but i failed to mention that this issue is occurring on my laptop, which has a non-removable battery. Right, rotating the fans can generate current and which direction the fan spins will dictate + or - polarity, but i didn't really have an option in preventing rotation, unless i disassembled the entire thing. It's just odd to be accepting certain devices and not others.
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Weird, but you called it benjamen. My system was off overnight, turned it on this morning and tried the usb port again with my mouse, working fine. confused.gif
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