Rob wrote:I don't have that board, but my other Asus boards have jumpers which allow you to use either +5VSB or +5V to power each pair of USB ports.
In your case, it sounds like these jumpers (if they exist) are set to +5VSB (ie the StandBy +5V that the PSU supplies to the mobo as long as it's connected to the mains.) Changing them to +5V will mean power is sent to the USB ports only when the system is booted-up.
The only use I've ever seen for powering USB ports from +5VSB is so that systems can be powered-up by a USB keyboard.
Bryan Socha wrote:The a8n-e has jumpers on the motherboard to keep power to the usb in standby. refer to the manual (you can dl it if you need it again) and with the machine OFF and the power plug removed, change the jumpers. There one near every set of usb ports so you can even leave some disconnected if you want.
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