01-02-2021 11:44 AM
01-02-2021 03:10 PM
01-02-2021 03:52 PM
I assume you have checked windows device manager that allows it to turn off usb ports to conserve power? I would definitely be returning your board, and I think I see some space just below your GPU where you could fit a couple more fans............
Not enough USB controller resources
( If you use a lot of USB devices which are using a lot of EndPoints, you might see this error message because youâ€™ve exceeded the available number of EndPoints. Keep in mind that USB 3.0 controllers have a limit of 96 Endpoints per controller on Intel XHCI controllers while AM4 controllers support 254 EndPoints.) If your usb hub is plugged into a 3 try moving it to a 2 or you can open a run dialog box type in "devmgmt.msc" and delete your usb controller. Restart your computer so it re installs your usb controller. You can also go into bios and disable xhci which turns all your 3.0 into 2 see if that helps.
One last thing unplug all your usb devices and add them one by one until the problem occurs , you could have a bad device that is backfeeding power into your USB to I2C module's 5V pin which could be overloading your 5v rail ( I have seen 12v and 24v devices applying high voltage to either of the data lines due to poor manufacturing or loose wires) and causing damage. (smoking keyboards etc).......
Oh and I just realised that the USB Power hub your using is infact not a power hub only 2 of the 9 ports provide power. The other 7 are for data only.
01-02-2021 03:38 PM
01-02-2021 03:54 PM
Have you installed the latest AMD chipset drivers ?
01-02-2021 04:14 PM
01-02-2021 05:37 PM
ok see if this helps
^this one seems most applicable to your problem
^this seems unlikely to be helpful but worth the read.
01-02-2021 06:33 PM
01-05-2021 03:46 PM
01-05-2021 06:00 PM
change PCI-E from auto to gen 3 and let me know if that resolved your issue