Ticket #1654 (closed defect: fixed)
Windows XP blue screen and particular USB device => Fixed in SVN
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The Windows host crashes with a blue screen depending on the attached USB storage device.
I am running Ubuntu 8.04 32bit guest in VirtualBox 1.6 on a Windows XP SP3 host (32bit).
One USB device consistently causes the Windows host to crash with a blue screen. The second USB device works.
The white text on the blue screen refers to vboxusb.sys.
When the problem USB device is attached while the VirtualBox machine is running, the machine crashes immediately.
When the problem USB device is attached before starting the machine, The Windows XP host crashes during the beginning of the client boot process.
The problem USB device is recognized by Ubuntu 8.04 without issue when Ubuntu is running natively, without VirtualBox.
USB 2.0 is enabled in the Machine settings.
USB device filters were created for the USB devices.
The Windows Add New Hardware Wizard for the VirtualBox USB device appeared twice (once for each USB device when it was attached). The install process was allowed to complete in each case.
The problem device is a USB drive enclosure with In-Systems USB 2.0 chipset and Oxford 911+ FireWire chipset product link
Name: Macpower USB 2.0 MassStorage  Vendor ID: 0DC4 Product ID: 0012 Revision: 1106 Manufacturer: Macpower Product: USB 2.0 MassStorage
The working device is a USB key:
Name: USB Solid state disk  Vendor ID: 0EA0 Product ID: 6803 Revision: 0100 Manufacturer: USB Product: Solid state disk
- Summary changed from Windows XP blue screen with VirtualBox 1.6 and particular USB device to Windows XP blue screen and particular USB device => Fixed in SVN