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    System rebooting when plugging in USB devices

    Hi

    I'm trying to fix my girlfriends pc. Every time a usb device is plugged in, the system reboots. Any ideas how I can fix this? I've got a suspicion that the usb ports are shorting out somewhere. Weirdly though, I've got a usb mouse plugged in and it works fine.

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    Re: System rebooting when plugging in USB devices

    uninstall the chipset and try it

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