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Mouse and keyboard suddenly causing overcurrent error asus z690 hero mobo

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3 hours ago, cleric_warlock said:

I just finished doing a bunch of cable managing to tidy up the wires from the fan upgrades I just made including 3 fan hubs (triple checked to make sure no overcurrent issues) and when I started my pc, everything worked fine, i booted into both windows systems of my pc and did some fan curve fine tuning until I decided to go back to the bios and tune some more fan curves there. I ended up monkeying around with some fan settings and decided that everything was fine the way it was before so I used to the discard changes and exit option and that's when the trouble started. As my computer was restarting to put me back into windows I got a bios error message that there was a usb overcurrent warning so I shut the computer off and removed all of the fan hubs and tried again and the issue persisted. Then leaving all of the fan hubs off, I removed every type of usb plug in on the motherboard and still got the same error. I checked all of the jumpers on the motherboard for damage and they're all in perfect condition, also there are no unusual smells or damage that would suggest burning to any components on my pc. Then I put everything together and tried starting without my mouse and keyboard, which my system seems to refuse to interact with, and my system started smoothly and booted windows. What the heck is going on here? This doesn't seem like a hardware issue, could something have gone wrong when I selected discard changes and exit? (My BIOS is v1403)

 

Edit 1: Either something's wrong with my original keyboard and mouse or my system has somehow blacklisted them both. If I plug in another keyboard and mouse, everything works fine, but if I use my original keyboard or mouse, the system will not recognize them or power them on while continuing to come up with the overcurrent error. Should I try a CMOS reset?

My gaming mouse is the problem, it short circuited somehow.

I just finished doing a bunch of cable managing to tidy up the wires from the fan upgrades I just made including 3 fan hubs (triple checked to make sure no overcurrent issues) and when I started my pc, everything worked fine, i booted into both windows systems of my pc and did some fan curve fine tuning until I decided to go back to the bios and tune some more fan curves there. I ended up monkeying around with some fan settings and decided that everything was fine the way it was before so I used to the discard changes and exit option and that's when the trouble started. As my computer was restarting to put me back into windows I got a bios error message that there was a usb overcurrent warning so I shut the computer off and removed all of the fan hubs and tried again and the issue persisted. Then leaving all of the fan hubs off, I removed every type of usb plug in on the motherboard and still got the same error. I checked all of the jumpers on the motherboard for damage and they're all in perfect condition, also there are no unusual smells or damage that would suggest burning to any components on my pc. Then I put everything together and tried starting without my mouse and keyboard, which my system seems to refuse to interact with, and my system started smoothly and booted windows. What the heck is going on here? This doesn't seem like a hardware issue, could something have gone wrong when I selected discard changes and exit? (My BIOS is v1403)

 

Edit 1: Either something's wrong with my original keyboard and mouse or my system has somehow blacklisted them both. If I plug in another keyboard and mouse, everything works fine, but if I use my original keyboard or mouse, the system will not recognize them or power them on while continuing to come up with the overcurrent error. Should I try a CMOS reset?

Current PC:

  • CPU
    Intel i9-12900KS
  • Motherboard
    Asus Rog Maximus Z690 Hero
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-6400; 2 x (16GB x 2); CL32-39-39-102; 1.40 V
  • GPU
    Aorus Xtreme Waterforce RTX 3090 TI
  • Case
    Corsair 7000D Airflow
  • Storage
    2 x 2TB WD Black sn850 SSDs
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 1600W P2, Fully Modular
  • Display(s)
    34" 1900R Alienware AW3418DW Black, 32" Samsung Odyssey G7 240Hz
  • Cooling
    Arctic Liquid Freezer ii 420, Built in 360mm gpu rad, 7 x 140mm Noctua NF-A14's (4 used as full case fan set, 3 used to upgrade CPU rad fans), 4 x 120mm Noctua NF-F12's (3 used to upgrade GPU rad stock fans, 1 used to fill last remaining case fan slot)
  • Keyboard
    Fidio Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Asus Rog Spatha X
  • Sound
    SteelSeries Arctis Pro + Game DAC Wired Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro
  • PCPartPicker URL

 

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3 hours ago, cleric_warlock said:

I just finished doing a bunch of cable managing to tidy up the wires from the fan upgrades I just made including 3 fan hubs (triple checked to make sure no overcurrent issues) and when I started my pc, everything worked fine, i booted into both windows systems of my pc and did some fan curve fine tuning until I decided to go back to the bios and tune some more fan curves there. I ended up monkeying around with some fan settings and decided that everything was fine the way it was before so I used to the discard changes and exit option and that's when the trouble started. As my computer was restarting to put me back into windows I got a bios error message that there was a usb overcurrent warning so I shut the computer off and removed all of the fan hubs and tried again and the issue persisted. Then leaving all of the fan hubs off, I removed every type of usb plug in on the motherboard and still got the same error. I checked all of the jumpers on the motherboard for damage and they're all in perfect condition, also there are no unusual smells or damage that would suggest burning to any components on my pc. Then I put everything together and tried starting without my mouse and keyboard, which my system seems to refuse to interact with, and my system started smoothly and booted windows. What the heck is going on here? This doesn't seem like a hardware issue, could something have gone wrong when I selected discard changes and exit? (My BIOS is v1403)

 

Edit 1: Either something's wrong with my original keyboard and mouse or my system has somehow blacklisted them both. If I plug in another keyboard and mouse, everything works fine, but if I use my original keyboard or mouse, the system will not recognize them or power them on while continuing to come up with the overcurrent error. Should I try a CMOS reset?

My gaming mouse is the problem, it short circuited somehow.

Current PC:

  • CPU
    Intel i9-12900KS
  • Motherboard
    Asus Rog Maximus Z690 Hero
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-6400; 2 x (16GB x 2); CL32-39-39-102; 1.40 V
  • GPU
    Aorus Xtreme Waterforce RTX 3090 TI
  • Case
    Corsair 7000D Airflow
  • Storage
    2 x 2TB WD Black sn850 SSDs
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 1600W P2, Fully Modular
  • Display(s)
    34" 1900R Alienware AW3418DW Black, 32" Samsung Odyssey G7 240Hz
  • Cooling
    Arctic Liquid Freezer ii 420, Built in 360mm gpu rad, 7 x 140mm Noctua NF-A14's (4 used as full case fan set, 3 used to upgrade CPU rad fans), 4 x 120mm Noctua NF-F12's (3 used to upgrade GPU rad stock fans, 1 used to fill last remaining case fan slot)
  • Keyboard
    Fidio Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Asus Rog Spatha X
  • Sound
    SteelSeries Arctis Pro + Game DAC Wired Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro
  • PCPartPicker URL

 

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