This error which usually presents itself after POST when you start your computer.
It indicates that there's some form of electrical malfunction.
I'm going to list most of the reasons you get this error:
The picture to the left is an example of a damaged usb port. You can see the pins are skewed in the wrong direction.
Your USB ports are somehow getting short-circuited.
To identify if this is the cause of your errors, simply remove your motherboard from your case and place it on a non-conductive surface (like wood) and try to start it from there.
- Screws used to mount the motherboard are too tight
- Rogue mounting bolts attached to your case are touching the underside of your motherboard
- Some kind of conductive material is under or on your motherboard causing short-circuits
- Wrong installation of front-panel cables
USB power jumper
Some motherboards have certain jumpers that controls the voltage to your USB ports.
Check your manual and see if you have these jumpers in the right place.
Defective USB devices
Some USB devices (like a mouse, printer, keyboard etc) may be broken, and can cause problems.
Try removing all your USB devices and try one at a time so see if anyone is causing issues.
Sadly, somethings just dont work as they should because of production errors.
If you've tried everything else you may want to do an RMA.