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Old 03-21-2011, 07:11 PM
Jonas Baggett
Default Bug#617639: possible electrical fault

> This sounds like an electrical fault. Does it happen with different
> ports? Different USB devices? If the system is a laptop, does it
> depend on whether it is running on mains power or battery?

My system is a PC tower. Yes it can be an electrical fault because when
I plug in my USB stick there was sometimes a static electricity
discharge between my fingers and the audio jacks if they are too close
to them. It should be related to the clothes I wear. Now I am wearing
clothes that give less static electricity and I didn't have this problem
since a while. I am going to see if it will happen again or not.


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