So, for a while whenever I plugged in a USB stick (tried different sticks) into the front USB port. I would randomly get a BSOD, crash dump. Sometimes I could plug and unplug it 10-20x with no BSOD. Sometimes its the first time.
Today I noticed something different though. As I went to put the stick in, before I even got the stick into the slot (just touched the lip of the USB port). It caused a BSOD. This leads me to think its some sort of improper grounding, or something to do with the USB cable that plugs from the case into the motherboard.
This was a custom store-assembled computer bought from a local computer hardware store.
Its at work so I havent had a chance to test with it yet. But just checking to see if anyone know if it might be caused by something else.
I originally thought it might have to do with a BIOS setting.
I've tried disabling USB legacy Mass Storage and USB 3.0, so it cant be either of those.
Im, gunna try plugging the Case USB into some different Mobo USB connectors. *Edited* Added dump files now