I just finished my build with my toaybought computer nad was just about to test it. Before posting the error message, I want you to know somehow I built it.
Almost every cable from the frontpanel( a Coolermaster 932 HAF )is left unplugged ecept for the HD Audio linked to AC'97, where I connected the Yellow HD audio contact to AAFP( I think it's SPDIF )which is a green port. Also the 5 ground wires has been grounded correctly.
I might have forgot to enable any wire, this is my first complete build that I've made fully on my own and with help from my little cat If you know a reason why following messages pop up during bootup due to any wrong connected or missing cable please share you knowledge
"Chassis Intruded !"
"USB Device Over Current Status Detected"
"Shutting Down System in 15 seconds"
All posted in this order, and I think exactly written like this aswell.
I have only enabled Cable for Powersource, USB-Keyboard(in the back) and a DVI Cable in the Left port on a GTX 260 Graphiccard( Lower port, black on MB )
I am using DDR3 2x2gb, socket 775 quad, 600W powersupply, E-sata(red calbe) connected WD Green Caviar 500gb HDD to Esata port 1 on MB and power(4pin)
I am almost sure that the screen has nothing to do with the problem, except for viewing it, but if you want to know, it's called Asus Wv225 something 22"
Thanks alot all of you guys who know how to solve this, and you who take time to help me
And by the way, the case is open, I have not put on the "shields" yet, might be a problem, don't know
As for the keyboard, have you tried any other keyboards? Do you have a PS/2 keyboard you could use just so u can enter the BIOS and check things out? You may not be getting any power to ur USB ports meaning the computer does not recognize a keyboard, giving you that message.
As for the case intrusion, thats just a security feature. It can be disabled in the BIOS and/or via a jumper on your MOBO. You can read all about this in ur MOBO manual.
As for the USB error, not sure exactly, but it seems u are having some sort of issue with ur USB ports. Make sure everything is connected correctly and that u are plugging into the USB ports directly soldered to the board in the back. If you could find a PS/2 keyboard, u could get into the BIOS and check some of this stuff out.
P.S. - physically closing ur case should also fix that intrusion error, but u should really just disable it