Hi, your switch is pruned to have the risk from lightning strike as during lightning strike, it might cause some transient (power surge) in your power source. This may cause damages to your switch power supply unit, console port and even all those ethernet / fast ethernet interfaces.
Is your work place pruned to lightning strike ?
If yes, try to figure out using some lightning arrestors / polyphasers to prevent this.
Try a different laptop just make sure the problem is not with the one you are using. I have had this happen to me on a Cisco 2500 router. Tried two different laptops and sets of cables. Ended up RMA ing the router back to Cisco. Good luck.
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