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Kernel Panic if storage is plugged into USB upon boot.

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abspqizax

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Weird error.

If I have an external HD, or my iPhone plugged directly into any USB port and boot - it Kernel Panics. Even if I'm running a WebCam network iPhone program, connected to my comp's local IP - Panics.

Caveat: If I plug in a USB hub, and then plug a storage unit in it, boots up fine. Also, everything's cool if I just plug it in when it's already booted.

Edited by fantomas1, 04 September 2012 - 10:44 PM.
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Without rhyme or reason, my issue has been resolved, although I'm not certain on it's sustainability.



Update: Now, if my computer is OFF - if I plug in a storage device - it turns on! I've never experienced this in my life as a human being.

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More info would be needed on your hardware before offering any suggestions, although likely a BIOS setting





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