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I have an ASUS Pundit-R case with motherboard. This is the only computer I have found that completely locks up with hotplugging enabled. So, of course I have disabled hotplugging. ...
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    Angry hotpluggin buggin


    I have an ASUS Pundit-R case with motherboard. This is the only computer I have found that completely locks up with hotplugging enabled. So, of course I have disabled hotplugging. But now I cannot mount anything to the usb drives. What do I do from here? Is there a workaround.

    Thanks in advance for any help

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    Are there any other possible problems at all that have ever ocxcurred with other operating systems, like the PCMCIA slot causes something to panic when ejected, or like that? I am asking so I know possibly how to help, because I have had something like that happen to me before, and I remember that I even had a device vanish on me! Again, I am asking so I know how, or if, I can be of help.

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    This computer currently dual boots between slackware and windows xp.

    Actually, I did notice one problem in xp with the usb ports. I tried using a usb keyboard, and everytime that I booted up I had to unplug and replug the keyboard once windows was up. I think it may have something to do with the fact that the usb ports on this machine stay powered even when its turned off.

    Thanks again for any help.

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