If "any device" doesn't include the joystick, it's not "any device" but "some devices". That leads to 2 questions:
1. What devices exactly do give this message, and what don't?
2. What do the other USB 3.0 ports (other ports than "this particular port") say if you plug one of that "some devices" in?
I don't think this is a Windows 7 issue. I think it's a hardware issue.
i am having problem with my usb 3.0 port ...a pop up comes a few seconds after i plug in any device to this particular port, saying "one of your port exceeded power limit" . but certain devices like usb joystick is working fine without any issue.