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Ok this error is driving me nuts. For the past 2 months i have tried everything from google search and following recommended solutions.

 

My MB is an ASUS Z87-A and i've been using driver updater pro to update all my drivers! I'm running the latest BIOS from ASUS Z87-A support site.

 

I have returned my BIOS to default so no OC and still receive this error. Anyone got a magic bullet solution? Maybe wipe my MB and reinstall all drivers from my CD i got with my MB?

 

Its happening on 3 of my hardware stuff i have plugged in. Jetmax TQ 737 throttle, turtle beach headset and my wifi dongle. It happens randomly one day it will be my headset etc. But not all at once though.

 

I need to restart my PC to fix it or go into device driver and click troubleshoot and that reinstalls the driver but it comes back.

 

Windows 7

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Go to ASUS site and manually download the USB drivers for your board. 3.0 / 2.0 all the USB choices they have. 


I have solved some issues by getting a powered USB hub and plugged all the finicky devices in there. 

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The point is that the USB hubs should be "mains" powered though.

 

Code 10 can be a driver or device issue as I' m sure you've found out.

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Mains powered through? My usb hub is connected to a mains socket if thats what you mean?

 

Yeh but three devices? Its all new hardware.

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Generally most USB hubs have the USB cable to the PC and a secondary power cable to your wall outlet. I believe that is what what Martin means, I have never heard of Mains powered through.

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Generally most USB hubs have the USB cable to the PC and a secondary power cable to your wall outlet. I believe that is what what Martin means, I have never heard of Mains powered through.

Precisely. USB hubs are available powered or unpowered. Mains powered is of course defined as powered from the electrical mains. Many USB hubs have no suplementary mains power. I had an issue with a device myself for this reason. Switched to powered hub and all was well.

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Hi sorry. USB CODE this device failed to start! Its my OC thats causing it if i return BIOS to ASUS OPTIMAL OC its fine

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Oh right. Sorry I should have suggested that, always the first thing to do when troubleshooting an overclocked PC is to set to optimised defaults.

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Hi sorry. USB CODE this device failed to start! Its my OC thats causing it if i return BIOS to ASUS OPTIMAL OC its fine

 

Bit of a Catch 22 there then.

Did you do the OC yourself?

 

gb.

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No i followed Nick N haswell guide

 

Yes, very good guide.

Used it myself.

 

What about the old advice of turning off (disable) "USB selective suspend" in Windows advanced power management settings?

 

gb.

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I will check that option but does nick windows 7 guide not cover that? Its defo the OC because not had a problem since

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I will check that option but does nick windows 7 guide not cover that? Its defo the OC because not had a problem since

No I don't think he mentions usb suspend in the guide.

 

You say the error happens only with three particular controllers plugged into a hub?

Does it happen to these if you plug them directly into the computer when overclocked?

If not perhaps getting a four port PCIe usb card for them might work.

 

gb.

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Ok i will check it out.

 

I have tried all ports and with the OC keeps coming back.

 

Have you got a link to this four port PCIe

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Why not abandon Nick N's advice. Why not set everything to optimised defaults, and then approach your overclocking again, from a different perspective. There are plenty of other guides out there.

 

Which motherboard is it? If it's Asus, the Asus auto rules are very good. If you set to optimised defaults and then auto overclock with Asus AI Suite, what happens... still a USB issue or not? If not you know it's your dodgy overclock.

 

Keep it simple.

 

How much are you overclocking by?

 

What's the voltage?

 

Sometimes, underlying motherboard issues are brought to the surface when overclocking. But it's far more likely hear that it's simply an unstable overclock.

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Hi martin my OC is running at the ASUS optimal OC and i get no USB CODE 10 on any device.

 

My voltage was 1.20 after passing the heat test on OCCT

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What do you mean by Asus optimal overclock? Do you mean just UEFI to defaults, so stock frequency plus turbo...

What is the frequency you are running at under load?
What is the voltage under load?

Remember, the frequency and voltage will drop when at idle, so you must determine frequency and voltage while under load.

Did you just apply Nick N's settings and not stress test?

I may be utterly wrong, but your USB issue while overclocking issue appears to be simply an unstable overclock to me. Chipset is misbehaving due to the instability.

You haven't said what frequency and voltage you were at when you had the USB issue, but...

What happens if you back off that frequency a little, still unstable or not? If you are unstable at a particular frequency then you simply need to reduce the frequency in steps until stable. Or perhaps apply more voltage if required. While staying clear of dangerous voltages of course.

What happens if you apply a gentle overclock and leave all voltages on Auto, allowing Asus auto rules to set the voltage?

 

Need more info really. Need to know what the frequency was when you had the USB/OC issue and at what voltage? How did you stress test if at all, and with which utility and for how long?

 

 

EDIT: Just checked out your motherboard, I don't think you have 5 way optimisation.

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Asus optimal OC can't say anymore really. Its in nicks guide he mentions auto OC before his own OC guide.

 

I followed nicks OC guide to the letter carried out ALL tests. Tried 40-41-42 ghz all passed both OCCT tests.

 

My last OC was 42ghz and V1.20 cache at 42

OCCT stress test 1 hour

 

CPU CACHE VOLTAGE: MANUAL MODE

 

CPU CACHE VOLTAGE OVERRIDE: 1.28

 

CPU SYSTEM AGENT OFFSET MODE SIGN: +

 

CPU SYSTEM AGENT VOLTAGE OFFSET: .280

 

CPU ANALOG I/O VOLTAGE OFFSET SIGN: +

 

CPU ANALOG I/O VOLTAGE OFFSET: .050

 

CPU DIGITAL I/O VOLTAGE OFFSET SIGN: +

 

CPU DIGITAL I/O VOLTAGE OFFSET: .100

 

CPU INPUT VOLTAGE: 1.88

 

 

---------------------------------------------------

NOTE: ROG BOARDS THAT DEFINE 2 CPU INPUT VOLTAGES:

 

INITIAL CPU INPUT VOLTAGE: 1.82

 

EVENTUAL CPU INPUT VOLTAGE: 1.88

Results underload

 

Thanks for helping out.

 

VCCSA 1.136v

CPU VCORE 1.200v

 

Package 75c

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I have an ASUS ROG Gamers VIII Hero board with a 6700K the 5-Way Optimization got me a 4.89Ghz OC, I manually downclocked it to 4.80Ghz 24/7.

 

Only issue I had was the USB connect in and out sound like plugging and unplugging every second for my rudders. Literally every second, du-dung... bu-dung... Solved it by getting a powered USB hub, other than that I think Windows 10 is finnicky with older USB flight controls.  

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