But I can’t really shut it down from the power strip either, because then I’d still need to shut down my UPS. But if there is an easy way, please tell me too. December 24, , I’d love to know exactly what has been broken and how, and just not reboot while charging a phone in future. If someone have more suggestions, they are very appreciated EDIT:
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Had a rummage through the “thought I’d thrown this away” spares box and found an old Mitsumi, now dangling out of side of case.
GA-MA78G-DS3HP refuses to boot USB devices
Remember, when all else fails a cup of tea and a good swear will often help! But I can’t really shut it down from the power strip either, because then I’d still need to shut down my UPS. Thu Sep 04, 6: No, I bought a motherboard, not an USB charger. No difference Seems to be time for a mail to Gigabyte. This is what Gq-ma78g-ds3h tried: If someone have more suggestions, they are very appreciated EDIT: Assuming that at least part of the motherboard is faulty, a replacement gives me another problem.
Mon Sep 01, 9: I’d love to know exactly what has been broken and how, and just not reboot while charging a phone in future. The last failed plan was to disconnect all header cables and just use the on board ports.
Obviousl;y make sure that all ga-ma78b-ds3h USB related drivers are up to date. Yeah, I think so All has been running fine since Jan Think I’m up said creek without said implement. Google [Bot] and 1 guest.
It won’t solve the problem but it will make you feel better. Sun Aug 31, 4: New thing I’ve only just noticed, instead of going into sleep my machine just powers g-ama78g-ds3h now.
ChromaSoft: Solving the dreaded Gigabyte “Won’t boot from USB” problem
Thanks for the suggestions. When I turn off the computer, all USB ports still have power on. Sat Dec 29, 2: Wed Sep 03, 9: QFlash operates in ga-ma778g-ds3h mode, not via windows and if you have a USB pendrive it might be worth trying. The next boot was fine, but I ga-ma78g-sd3h became aware that all was not well In about a dozen different boards with USB, I’ve never seen such a jumper.
To avoid a double post: The reboot got as far as the bios splash screen, and after 10 minutes or so I pulled the plug. But if there is an easy way, please tell me too. Though, I can buy another power strip, which automatically turns of all apparatus’, except the main power eater.
Think it time to follow the advice in Absic’s tag line, but I might introduce a cigarette as well. Sun Aug 31, 7: Have I overlooked something? Wed Sep udb, Since then my USB ports have been flaky. Wed Sep 03, 8: