Problem started after adding another SSD to my system yesterday. No problems during regular bootup, active usage, even gaming. But when I try to wake the rig up after going to sleep. I get this message:
Anti-surge protection was triggered, system was shut down to protect from unstable power supply.
I can then go into bios, check the voltage parameters (which appears fine). then just exit without saving. It'd resume back into windows as if nothing happened.
First thing I did was to update to the latest bios 1406 from asus. The issue persisted.
I think the psu should have enough juice for my system. My spec is as follows:
PSU - Seasonic x-650 modular 80plus gold
asus p8z77 V mb
8g samsung ram
asus 670 directcu II Top
hitachi 2g hd 7200
m4 256gb <
this is the new component I added yesterday and the problem started.
One thing I did when adding the new ssd is that instead of adding a new separate modular cable to power the ssd, I changed out the previous 2 prong cable powering the hitachi drive and 128gb M4 drive to a 3 prong cable which is now powering those 2 plus the new 256gb M4.
I'm not sure if that may be too much juice from a single modular cable. I suppose that's the next thing I'll try if problem persist.