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When pluging mp3 player into usb socket computer crashes BSOD the problem seems to have occered since insalling and uningstaling buffalo pc card

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Hello Urwin, looks like your Mp3 is using more than 5 volts and overloading the u.s.b. power supply. Has it got its own power? if so is it fully charged?
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