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Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post
Yeah now it starts up with just hitting the power button, so I no longer have to boot via the MemOK! button. But it still stops at that screen saying "your system will shut down in 15 seconds..." and it shuts down.

Also no matter how much I spam delete it won't let me enter the BIOS, the screen comes up several times saying "press delete to enter setup" but does nothing no matter how many times I press it.
plug somthing into the cpu fan header i had that happen on my asus i7 board it kept wanting to shut down cause no cpu fan found. If it fixes it go in bios and disable the detection on the fan headers.
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post #22 of 38
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Are you using a USB or PS/2 keyboard? If you are using a USB try a PS/2 keyboard. Is the "your system will shut down in 15 seconds..." from the motherboard or your old OS shutting the computer down?
USB, but I have no PS/2 to test with...

I will try to get a picture of the screen I am talking about, but basically it says American Megatrends big at the top, has some info on my CPU, memory, and installed devices... then the last 3 lines say:
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Enter setup to recover BIOS setting.
USB Device over current status detected!!!
System will shut down in 15 seconds.
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plug somthing into the cpu fan header i had that happen on my asus i7 board it kept wanting to shut down cause no cpu fan found. If it fixes it go in bios and disable the detection on the fan headers.
My CPU cooler is already plugged in there
post #23 of 38
Check all USB headers, make sure you didn't plug USB into firewire (1394) port if it has one. Also try another USB port for KB and make sure you are not in 3.0 USB port.
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post #24 of 38
Try turning your PC on out of the case. Maybe its grounding against something.

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post #25 of 38
try different usb ports?

sounds like your usb is trying to draw too much power; weird lol
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post #26 of 38
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I just unplugged my USB front panel from the header, and both my mouse and keyboard which are both USB from the mobo, and it still got the same error.

Someone said that overtightening of the heatsink can cause this? I did think that I had an awful lot of tension on my CPU cooler bracket for the Hyper 212+ but I don't know the mounting system it uses so I figured it was how it is supposed to go. Even though it is so tight though I can still rotate it around slightly... :|
post #27 of 38
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Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post
I just unplugged my USB front panel from the header, and both my mouse and keyboard which are both USB from the mobo, and it still got the same error.

Someone said that overtightening of the heatsink can cause this? I did think that I had an awful lot of tension on my CPU cooler bracket for the Hyper 212+ but I don't know the mounting system it uses so I figured it was how it is supposed to go. Even though it is so tight though I can still rotate it around slightly... :|
Does the backplate for the 212+ have any kind of an insulator on it? It could be the backplate bridging a connection. Check to make sure it isn't contacting any components on the back of the motherboard. Use a flashlight and look inside of each USB port. Check for any bridged connections / damage.

EDIT: Found this
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My problem was that a USBPWR jumper was MISSING. YES, that's correct. There were only three of the four jumpers needed for USBPWR on the motherboard. The problem was solved as soon as I correctly jumpered it.
Does that motherboard have USB jumpers?
Edited by AtomicFrost - 1/13/11 at 10:51pm
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post #28 of 38
Your clear CMOS jumper is between the second and third pcie slots. It blue and should be the only one. Unplug your psu, move the jumper to 2,3 pins for 30secs to clear the CMOS. Put the jumper back to 1,2 pins and make sure your ram is in slots a2 and b2. The boot device led staying on will not prevent you from getting into the bios. Once you do you can set your boot priority and the led will go away on next post.
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post #29 of 38
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Does the backplate for the 212+ have any kind of an insulator on it? It could be the backplate bridging a connection. Check to make sure it isn't contacting any components on the back of the motherboard. Use a flashlight and look inside of each USB port. Check for any bridged connections / damage.
That seems kind of stupid for them to make something that would intentionally short out your motherboard...

Here is what it looks like: http://images.bit-tech.net/content_i...ld/212back.jpg

It just appeared to be bare metal on the side that comes in contact with the MB, so I guess that may be the problem but that seems really stupid for the cooler to have such a major oversight in the mounting hardware...

Anyhow, it is getting late here and I am just becoming really tired and frustrated, so before I do something stupid I am just going to hit the sack.

If anybody thinks of anything else to try just post it and I will just have to do an all day troubleshooting session tomorrow.

So far what I have done:
-Used one stick of RAM in any slot
-Used 1 HDD
-Used no HDD
-Removed sound card
-Disconnected all USB devices and USB front panel header
-Cleared CMOS

What I need to do:
-Run outside of the case to check for shorts
post #30 of 38
It does kinda sound like something made a bridge somewhere...my HK3.0 backplate did that once and the clear cmos fixed it. Try looking for that jumper and also try what gig said. Sounds straight out of the manual

EDIT: Lawl @ gig's psn id
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