Re: Vista cannot bootup when USB thumb drive is plugged in
I have tested my Vista with a brandless thumbdrive and there is no problem.
Hence, it seems like it is TwinMOS that is not compatible with Vista.
> "Don" wrote:
> > VistaUser wrote:
> > > I am running Vista Business on a Dell Optiplex 745. During Bootup, if i have
> > > a USB thumb drive plugged in before the Welcome screen, my PC goes into a
> > > perpetual 'hanging' mode (with no signal to Monitor). Only when i plug out
> > > my thumb drive does the PC carry on with the Bootup procedure.
> > I have three USB drives and only one of them behaves that way -- the
> > drive is a Sandisk and it really is different, dunno why. It also
> > does the same thing to linux and XP, so it's not a Vista bug.
> I only notice this problem with my Vista Business PC. Multiple XP machines
> i used had no 'bootup hang' problem when my TwinMOS 256MB (Bought in 2004/5.)
> is plugged in.