Been into the minidump file which contains “Probably caused by: Not good, in those CO2 concerned times Assuming that at least part of the motherboard is faulty, a replacement gives me another problem. I fiddled with registry; If I change the “1” in the below entry with a “0”, the reader shuts off, during XP shutoff, and stays off. Users browsing this forum:
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I havent found a similar solution for USB controlled power strip Thanks for the help-fingers crossed QFlash operates in this mode, not via windows and if you have a USB pendrive it might be worth trying. They are quite cheap, so I’ll probably do that instead of fiddling around with making my own cables The last failed plan was to disconnect all header cables and just use the on board ports.
Tue Sep 02, 5: Think I’ve eliminated the power supply as I went and got another one, have the same g-ma78g-ds3h still. December 23, But if there is an easy way, please tell me too.
If I used the front ports then whatever I us was not recognised, and on a shutdown it would hang then restart to tell me Windows had recovered from a serious error. My computer uses about 10W when shut down from the operating system.
This is totally excessive.
I wonder if people generally apppreciate how much power USB devices can consume in S3! If you’re not sure on how to use QFlash check here: Thanks for the suggestions. It’s not needed with a powermeter – the lights in those USB units are on, while the PC ga-ma78g-rs3h off I understand, but how much power is actually being consumed in that state?
That will stop the system rebooting before you can see what the BSOD says.
Thought I’d put this out to see if other brains than mine can come up with ga-ma78g-ds3b to what currently has me tearing my hair out. Yeah, I think so Mon Sep 01, 9: Wed Sep 03, 9: Sorry to ga-ma7g8-ds3h myself but I still feel that re-flashing the BIOS is probably the best course of action here, especially as an extended clear of CMOS seemed to help yesterday.
It won’t solve the problem but it will make you feel better.
Thanks for the help so far, and any more if it comes. Been into the minidump file which contains “Probably caused by: Wed Sep 03, Bios confirmed as version F8.
ha-ma78g-ds3h If someone have more suggestions, they are very appreciated EDIT: All has been running fine since Jan So all connected units are using electricity for no reason It depends how they are ussb I suppose! Yup – and I know two family members, who will often forget to wait until Windows is shut down, and then turn of AC power Assuming that at least part of the motherboard is faulty, a replacement gives me another problem.
Surely USB ports are meant to be active when a system is off so you can charge an iPod or other device via the PC without it being on!
If in doubt just turn it off at the wall. I dont think so, though