Windows 10: Connecting to Front USB Ports Freezes the computer
I'm still investigating the problem. I haven't made any discoveries yet, so I don't really have any updates as for now.
I have a 650W PSU with 80+ Gold.
I also have AMD FX 8320 (not overclocked), gtx 770 (not overclocked), 3 fans and 2 SSD.
I don't think I'm underpowered. (Especially since I can play gpu-heavy games such as Civilization 6 for hours on end without having my comptuer freezing.)
I'm leaning more towards static discharges being the culprit, seeing how it happens randomly. But I'm still not sure.
I contacted my chassi-manufacturer and had them send me a new front USB port, changed it and the problem remains.
I contacted my headset-manufacturer and have them send me a new USB Audio Dongle, changed it and the problem still remains.
My computer just now froze again as I connected my headset, so I went and checked the windows log file. It says a lot of stuff that I don't understand, but nothing seems to point towards a cause of the problem. (I uploaded a screenshot of the relevant errors.)
EDIT: The two bottom ones says "the latest shutdown happened unexpectedly" and "the computer restarted without properly shutting down first" (kernel-power), which both seem to point towards me pressing the tiny reset button on my chassi.
The rest I don't understand.
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