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    So, after building my new rig with an Asus p5n-D 750i SLI motherboard, i hooked everything up, turned it on.... everything looks right in the bios, but when i exit... "Warning! USB device overcurrent detected! system shutting down in 16 seconds!.

    Now... i have nothing in the usb ports. Tried removing the bottom USB ports, but that didn't help either. Any ideas?

    Some things i can think of are i don't have 3 of the correct standoffs, so it might be a grounding issue...

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    Re: overcurrent error?

    Maybe the USB header is not connected correctly (I presume you hooked it up to your case's front USB ports) ?

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      Re: overcurrent error?

      Case doesn't have front ports...

      UPDATE: Ahah, i removed the rear USB port expansion and that seemed to clear it up. Now.. do I continue to use the built in two, or figure out wtf is wrong with the 2 port backplate that came with it..

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        Re: overcurrent error?

        That sounds like you have a grounding issue check where you have your motherboard screw pins...if there is one just under the Hub (Slots) on the board remove it....Check & see..
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          Re: overcurrent error?

          Sounds like an issue that happened to several older ASUS budget boards. Have you looked at the ASUS official forums to see if a newer BIOS update corrects your issue?
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