Users of USB ports sometimes report an unusual error when there is a power surge when their USB port is in use. Should this occur, work is interrupted until the error is fixed. In this article we will show you how to fix the error.
There are many reasons for a power surge on the USB port error. One of the reasons for this is if the USB draws current that is much higher than it’s threshold value. USB's are normally designed with the maximum limits and if the limit is exceeded, it may lead to system errors. Try connecting it to another system to fix out where the problem is coming from. If you are sure that the problem is not from the USB device but lies with the port or the system try one of these methods to fix the error.
If you can’t seem to connect your USB device and you keep seeing a pop up error there’s no need to abandon work altogether. Read on to get quick fix solutions.
If you are using a wrong driver you may encounter a power surge on USB port error. Reinstall the right driver by doing this.
If the two solutions listed above fail to yield positive results, try updating your drivers manually or automatically.
You can update your driver manually by logging onto the website of your USB manufacturer to search for a recent driver update. Once you are sure you’ve found the right one, download it by clicking the link
A manual update may take a long time as you would have to search for the correct driver. If you don’t want to go through all that stress you can do it automatically using a third party installation program. A third party program will search the Web for a compatible driver for your USB and install it automatically. Once the process is done try connecting the USB once again.
There are several possible reasons why you may suffer a power surge on the USB port but the solutions we have provided in this article can help you fix the problem once and for all.