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Monitor turns off computer locks when usb device is plugged in ? Suggestions ?

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Sometimes when i plug a usb device in, most recently my ipod 2 days ago the monitor turns off . when it just happened itunes was playing and maybe 10 seconds later that began to loop so i just held the power button dwn for a few seconds. A few weeks ago same thing with the digital camera. Im looking for some suggestions, i didnt see a new video driver and thats all i could really think of. anyone else have a problem like this ??
    
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Yes, with an 8600gt my sound card sometimes keeps my monitor from turning on. I've had to move the card around to different PCI slots... sometimes reads "resource conflicts"... Very odd but fixable with enough effort.

Don't know what to suggest other than trying out different USB slots. Either the 8600 series is very touchy or it's just a coincidence.

How's your power supply? The 8600 I have doesn't have an extra power connection so it could be the mobo's 12v having a hard time keeping up with the card all by itself (my PSU is fine, just something I was thinking).
    
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Nah my psu is fine, My 8600 has a 6 pin molex and thats connected. Its wierd dont get me wrong the computer runs fine. Its just like at the worst moment it happens like after organizing itunes for almost 2 hrs i pklugged it in and it crashed. Luckily iyunes saved all the cahanges i made but i would have been pissed if i had to do it all over again.

Th pc always boots fine its just if i plug in a usb device sometimes it crashes, first the monitor turns off and if it wasnt playing music or anything then nothing else i have to turn offf the pc by holding the button.

whether this is related or not idk but i am also curious about esd , if i were to shock the tower the same thing happens i think the monitor turns off this could be one in the same im not sure. Anyone have an idea as to why this is soo sensitive to static. i have owned a few pc's and this is by far the most sensitive . maybe ill try not using the surge suppressor idk. Need more opinions/suggestons Thanks guys
    
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As far as sensitive to static, my xtrememusic has a floppy drive connector and I could get it and my 8600 to work when it wasn't connected. Also noticed an occasional difference when i would put (physical) pressure on the 8600, and saw a reference to that online when I was trying to figure it out.
    
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I didnt quite get that , Im not sure the issue you were having and what it has to do with what i am experiencing but Thank you for the effort i appreciate it
    
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Although i dint get much help and there wasnt much interest in the thread I have come to a sort of solution which i will explain.
I can now shock the pc, accidentally of course and there is no issue now. i dont know exactly what was happening but i have narrowed it down quite a bit. It seems to be related to the audio/usb/firewire board which is in the top of my cm690.

with that plugged in I have the issue with it not plugged in I do not. I only use the usb portion of it and that is the only part plugged in so i investigated. I found no chassis ground on the usb ports,if however i was using the audio and firewire it would have a ground through those connectors. Since i am not it did not.

Anyway i soldered 2 jumpers for ground on the circuit board it didnt make any difference.
So does anyone know why my pc would be super sensitive to esd with the board plugged in ?? I also believe i accidentally shocked the usb harness without the board pluggin in and it did not reboot. Although im not really ruling it out i believe i has something to do with the board but i cant figure it out. I would prefer to use the board for pen drives and such but i cant if its gonna always cause a problem. I am ok with leaving it unplugged but prefer a solution , Anyone ?
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I still dont understood your problem and have not idea , the only problem i can remember with the ports at the top on the roof of the CM690 is this post in a CM690 thread of the coolermaster forums , sorry i have any other idea

http://forum.coolermaster.com/viewto...sd=a&start=135


by iron_gr on Sun Dec 02, 2007 1:33 pm

Bought this case. It's nice, a little more noisy, I expected it more silent.

It has a production error! The ground cable of the IEEE 1394 above the I/O panel is not grounded! It is with the screw that holds the i/o panel in place. I took it from there and grounded myself straight on case.

If you can pass it to the guys that put it together, would be nice.iron_gr
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Just now getting to this thread. If your fix is working, then go with it.

I had a similar problem with USB devices on 680i. Any time I plugged a USB device into a AUX/Case (any that were not on the back panel) connector - my comp would go haywire.

It turned out to be IRQ conflicts. My solution was to manually allocate the USB configurations in BIOS and take them off of auto. It was a bit of a pain in the ass...in fact - I don't even remember how I got to that section in Bios...but it did cure the problem.
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What service pack are your running? I had USB Conflicts on my computer, and updating Windows fixed it.
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Sorry I wasn't clear.

My graphics card would not turn the monitor on when I started the computer up. I tried different things (which I mention above, but they don't really work) and eventually took my sound card out and it worked fine.

Tried putting my sound card in different PCI slots, and for some reason the computer would work occasionally when I moved the card. Under system settings, the card would occasionally show a conflict, perhaps what clbkdaz is talking about. My computer still has trouble turning on the monitor sometimes (works mostly), so I'm going to have to look into how to reallocate IRQ resources if possible. You may want to consider looking into this as well.

I thought resource conflicts were a thing of the past (windows 95 and 98) but perhaps not.
    
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