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    Default x58a-ud3r usb problems

    I recently purchased a computer from someone, who had it built by cyberpower. Since I wasn't the original purchaser, the warranty is no longer valid. So.. here's my problem.

    First the system.

    X58A-UD3R mobo. v2
    Intel i7 950 3.06 ghz
    EVGA GTX 465 1mb vid card
    12mb Mushkin (3x4gb) Ram
    Win7 Ultimate
    Xtreme gear 800w PSU

    The problem I'm having is this. Most of the time for me to get the computer up and running, I have to unplug all the usb ports, (mouse, keyboard, headphones) then boot it up. At login I can plug in the mouse to start windows, then plug the rest of the peripherals in. Most of the time, this works. However sometimes plugging any one of them in, will disable all the 2.0 ports, and the only way to restart, is to hard reset the computer. Occasionally I can turn the computer on with everything plugged in, and it's fine, but most times... not. Occasionally I can get to the device manager and it shows the yellow triangle on the usb ports, and shows error code 43.

    Today when I tried starting up, with everything plugged in, nothing I did seemed to work. Eventually I just turned it off and let it sit for about 30 min, unplugged it all, then started it up, plugging in first the mouse, booting to windows, then the keyboard. It's working now, but this is certainly a pain. Most times I just leave the computer on so I don't have to deal with this. My thought is it's the cheapo PSU they put in it. I'm not sure if it's related but the yellow over volt light is lit on the mobo.

    Any advice would help.

    J Childress

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    Default Re: x58a-ud3r usb problems

    Are you using the latest mb BIOS? Using latest Intel inf drivers? And what's your dram and qpi/vtt voltages?
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    Default Re: x58a-ud3r usb problems

    Bios is FF, which is latest non beta I can find.
    According to the intel update utility, I"m current.

    Dram is 1.5v
    qpi/vtt is 1.42v

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    Default Re: x58a-ud3r usb problems

    Here is the latest Intel INF, install it again just to be sure
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Prod...?ProductID=816

    The USB issue sounds like there may be a short near the I/O panel by the way you describe the problem. That could be the board touching something in that area, or the I/O shield itself shorting on something. You can test for both.

    To test if it's the IO Shield just pop it out, and test without it for a while and see if the issue persists. You may need to unscrew the board from the case and move it a little to pop the shield off there, if you do be sure to screw it back down before you start testing.

    If that doesn't appear to be the issue you can test the board outside of the case and off the motherboard tray on a cardboard box or wooden table, this would rule out any shorts but you will need to remove everything from the case. I would do this test if the I/O removal doesn't help, because if there is a short you need to find it now before it possibly shorts and fries something later if you leave it.

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