USB ports disabled suddenly,work after power reset

  akshaykumar2609 20:55 19 Jan 2017
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This is first PC build and I am having issues where my USB ports would disable as soon as I run a game or any high power draw situation. I have my keyboard, mouse connected via USBs so I am forced to shut it down since my computer is not responsive. After I physically turn the CPU switch off and let it cool off for a few minutes and turn it back on I magically see they are enabled again. I am running Windows 10 with a Seasonic 6SSR-650RM 80 Plus Gold - Semi Modular PSU and I have a GTX 1070 EVGA GPU on an Asus Z170 Progaming Aura Motherboard. I tried searching several forums and also tried to uncheck the "save power....." on the device manager tab but nothing seems to work. I am guessing it is some PSU issue which is disabling the ports during high power draw. I would really appreciate any help, I am really frustrated with this issue

Edit: I discovered usb 3.1 port is not disabled. And when I plugin usb devices on other ports (2.0 and 3.0) I see the error "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)" on the device manager

  mole44 04:59 20 Jan 2017

And that is the "Magic" of computers,they seem to have a mind of their own.

  Archonar 08:39 20 Jan 2017

Maybe give this a try, it is supposed to be a fix for the code 43 issue: click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:30 20 Jan 2017

Keyboards and mice a very low draw devices if they are drawing high pwoer then they are faulty.

Its usually USB external drives that draw the most and give problems.

  Burn-it 15:11 20 Jan 2017

It may also be that the power supply is not up to the job or is faulty.

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