I've had a Razer Tiamat 7.1 for about 1.5 years now and I've never had a problem with it. But the other day, none my USBs were responding. Mouse, keyboard, flashdrive, wired controller, none of it. But when I completely unplugged my headset, everything works fine. I plug it back in, and rather than the sound of the computer accepting something inside the USBV, you can hear disconnect sound after disconnect sound. Problem is, this is my main way of listening to anything on my computer. I've been using my monitor's internal speaker, but the audio peaks so easily, you can't hear someone pronounce a "th" sound without wincing from audio alone. And (as much as I'd hate to say it), I'm a little low on funds, so i can't go out and replace my headset.
Why is my headset doing this? Is there something i can do inside the computer to fix this? Or is my motherboard acting up?
Edit: My OS is Windows 8.1
The only error message I've ever received (if you can call it that), was on start-up, an American Megatrends screen saying I had 1 Keyboard, 1 Mouse, and 2 Hubs plugged in, followed by "USB Devices Over Current Status Detected", then shut-down in 15 seconds. I resolved that by unplugging everything and plugging it back in once my computer was started up,
I have already tried updating my USB drives through Device manager, unplugging and re-plugging all my external hardware, and restarting my computer.
Edited by Texasisntreal, 15 July 2016 - 05:18 PM.