Detect over-current warning on USB device

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I'm currently on Python and I'm wondering if there's a way for me to detect an over-current warning on a USB device. What's the way to do this? Do I have to turn on Windows SDK?

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This is usually a hardware issue. It seems to happen more frequent with Asus motherboards but does happen to others as well. IT may be a damaged USB port where the contacts are touching causing the problem. A few people found help at this LINK

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  • Kevin Beaver
    What OS are you running? I've been seeing some similar messages from Windows 10 recently and I can't tell if they're legit or mere "glitches".
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Assuming you are asking for a scripting procedure in Python to detect an over current warning on USB device(s). As you did not mention the OS, If it is Linux based OS. First check that flash drive (for an example) mounts properly and make sure the directory called /mnt/usb1 already exists there. Yes, you have to turn on windows SDK. There is also Python SDK, but not sure does it helpful for this program. If you have Windows OS, the python SDK is here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/python-how-to-install
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