|26 Apr 2011||#2|
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My 2 usb ports @ the front of case were kind of broken when daughter pulled on one that was connected, it would sometimes cause USB errors to pop up... at the same time I was messing with the ports my friend cleared the CMOS from the mobo button and the computer regained power. Not sure if it was a short circuit between the ports or the clearing of cmos but it's back to normal now
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