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USB Plugs make it CRASH!


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faithfulltx

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Everytime I plug a USB plug (flashdrive, printer and especially my camera), my computer CRASHES! As soon as I unplug it, my computer restores itself. HELP ME!! I have a lots of pictures I need to upload from my camera. :)
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Run Windows Update in Control Panel and see if any driver updates are offered for downloading.
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I'll try that, thanks.
If anyone else has any suggestions, please post
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Windows Update didn't help. Does anyone know of a good, safe driver update?
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Does this happen only on one USB port or all of them?
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It happens on both.
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I've been looking and still can't find anything to update my drivers. The amera is a Sanyo. Any suggestions?
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Check this KB out: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310575
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