Well, disabling the port and even the hub didn't work.
cant you just not use that one port..... ?
I've tried disabling it. It still restarts.
The port is pretty much destroyed. How it happened, I'm not sure. I went to straighten the pins, and it fell apart. So I'm thinking removal may be the only option. It's still restarting with DavisMcCarn's idea, and giving me a system error. When I debug it, it says USBPORT.SYS is the cause of the error. I made a post on it before, but I never inspected the port for damage, etc.
I've got the tools to remove it completely if it's necessary (unless there's anything else other than using a soldering iron to remove it, plain n' simple).
Edited by iamz3r0, 15 October 2009 - 01:57 PM.