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The other day i moved my camera from my usb port from the back of my cpu to the port on my keyboard and i've had hell every since.  If i type or move my mouse the computer shut down. In the Fatal error and the application error  says something about, socket and non-socket, and kernel.dll and also something dealing with unknown drives...i just got my computer...please help!
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What happens if you unhook the camera? do you still have the same problems??
Have you tried moving it back to the USB ports you used originally?
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Sometimes USB ports get confused.

I had this problem on two of my systems.

I fixed it by installing a USB hub and run setup for recovery mode to fix all your botched DLL files.

Cheers

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