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Thread: Asus P6T Light Doesn't Turn Off

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    When the system shuts down, are the red and green reset and power buttons on the board supposed to remain on?

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    Yes. They only turn off if you completely shut off the power supply.

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    same here.

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    Yeah that's alright I heard but the weird thing is, my USB devices remain on after I shut down the PC. The mouse and keyboard don't draw power, but flash drives do.

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    well, i wouldn't really care about it as long as it doesn't affect performance.

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    I would guess that USB stays active on purpose so cellphones and such that charge by USB can still charge with the PC powered off.

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