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Blue Screen of Death, USB Drivers related?

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  1. LanMoore

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    I recently replaced my old USB keyboard, mouse, and headphones with some new ones and since I did that my computer has been on the fritz. At first it couldn't find a number of my USB devices including my external HD, but I got that fixed up some how, but now every time I try to start up my ventrillo or some times just at random I get a Blue screen that says BugCode_USB_Driver. I used a program called BlueScreenView to check what programs may have been causing it and it seems to point to 3; ntoskrnl.exe,usbehci.sys, and USBPORT.SYS. I have no idea what to do next and was hoping you could help.


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    I won't lose my information right?
     
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    Ok, I tried deleting any thing that looked out of place, still nothing.
     
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