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Usb device hanging problem

I have windows Xp installed with service pack 2 in it.
Whenever i try using USB port machine hangs and thn I have to restart it. Other than that, If i insert webcam or flash drive while booting it runs ok...but the moment i eject it and / or re insert any usb device it hangs..
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