Usb Case spente con pc spento

Clow

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ciao ragazzi , ho preso questo case e questa mobo, quando spengo il pc le porte usb del case sono spente invece quella della mobo rimangono accese .
Come faccio a far rimanere le porte USB del case aperte?
 

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Non conosco super charger, ora provo e mi informo.
Le uso per caricare gli auricolari e telefono
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Non conosco super charger, ora provo e mi informo.
Le uso per caricare gli auricolari e telefono
Ho provato , non ho risolto
 
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Non conosco super charger, ora provo e mi informo.
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If your motherboard supports Super Charger technology (Red JUSB1 connector),.........
Hai collegato i le porte USB 2.0 del case al connettore JUSB1 della scheda madre?
Guarda anche a pag. 44 del manuale https://download.msi.com/archive/mnu_exe/mb/E7C02v1.3.pdf
 
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Cerca i settaggi da usare per ERP Ready della tua scheda madre: disabilita la funzione.

ErP Ready
[Enabled] Optimize the system power consumption according to ErP regulation.
It will not support S4 & S5 wake up by USB, PCI and PCIe devices.
[Disabled] Disables this function.

S0: The system is turned on. The CPU is executing or ready to execute instructions, PCI activity is full, AGP activity is full. RAM is being read from, written to or refreshed. Hard disks are on.

S1: the most power-hungry of sleep-modes. All processor caches are flushed, and the CPU(s) stop executing instructions. Power to the CPU and RAM is maintained, Basically old machines are more likely to support S1.

S2: The CPU is powered off, this state is rather less found.

S3:In this state, RAM is still powered, although it is almost the only component that is. Since the state of the operating system and all applications, open documents, etc. lies all in main memory, the users can resume work exactly where they left. The computer is faster to resume than to reboot, secondly if any running applications have information this will not be written to the disk, This state is comparatively more common.

S4: In this state, all content of main memory is saved to non-volatile memory such as a hard drive, preserving the state of the operating system, all applications, open documents etc. That means that after coming back from S4, the user can resume work where it was left off in much the same way as with S3. The difference between S4 and S3, apart from the added time of moving the main memory content to disk and back, is that a power loss of a computer in S3 makes it lose all data in main memory.

S5: Soft Off-- Some components remain powered so the computer can "wake" from input from the keyboard, LAN, or USB device.

S6: As S5, but the PSU is isolated. CMOS is maintained by battery. This is not an "official" ACPI state, but is included in many motherboard manuals for some strange reason. This is the best I can dig up about it.
 

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If your motherboard supports Super Charger technology (Red JUSB1 connector),.........
Hai collegato i le porte USB 2.0 del case al connettore JUSB1 della scheda madre?
Guarda anche a pag. 44 del manuale https://download.msi.com/archive/mnu_exe/mb/E7C02v1.3.pdf
Ho collegato tutto nel JUSB1
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Cerca i settaggi da usare per ERP Ready della tua scheda madre: disabilita la funzione.

ErP Ready
[Enabled] Optimize the system power consumption according to ErP regulation.
It will not support S4 & S5 wake up by USB, PCI and PCIe devices.
[Disabled] Disables this function.

S0: The system is turned on. The CPU is executing or ready to execute instructions, PCI activity is full, AGP activity is full. RAM is being read from, written to or refreshed. Hard disks are on.

S1: the most power-hungry of sleep-modes. All processor caches are flushed, and the CPU(s) stop executing instructions. Power to the CPU and RAM is maintained, Basically old machines are more likely to support S1.

S2: The CPU is powered off, this state is rather less found.

S3:In this state, RAM is still powered, although it is almost the only component that is. Since the state of the operating system and all applications, open documents, etc. lies all in main memory, the users can resume work exactly where they left. The computer is faster to resume than to reboot, secondly if any running applications have information this will not be written to the disk, This state is comparatively more common.

S4: In this state, all content of main memory is saved to non-volatile memory such as a hard drive, preserving the state of the operating system, all applications, open documents etc. That means that after coming back from S4, the user can resume work where it was left off in much the same way as with S3. The difference between S4 and S3, apart from the added time of moving the main memory content to disk and back, is that a power loss of a computer in S3 makes it lose all data in main memory.

S5: Soft Off-- Some components remain powered so the computer can "wake" from input from the keyboard, LAN, or USB device.

S6: As S5, but the PSU is isolated. CMOS is maintained by battery. This is not an "official" ACPI state, but is included in many motherboard manuals for some strange reason. This is the best I can dig up about it.
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Non mi pare che tu aiuti molto a risolvere il tuo problema, noi non siamo li con te davanti al tuo computer, sii un po' più illustrativo, o tieniti il problema.
Ho scollegato i cavi nella foto per ricontrollarli, ho fatto una foto sul telefono per poi spostarla sul pc, Super charger quando lo avvio mi dice che già in esecuzione.
Non ti costringo ad aiutarmi.
 

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