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Mac start up manager problem problem (I don't know where else to put this)

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Hey guys,

 

I'm hoping one of you guys have experience with this issue, as apple couldn't help me as its a weird little problem. So when starting up my macbook pro, I hold option like normal to see the available start up volumes. This works fine, I see my OSX Lion, Bootcamp, and recovery partitions. When I select the recovery volume the computer boots it just fine, but if I select the OSX or bootcamp partitions the computer freezes and i have to manually restart. Then, i tried the same thing but I removed my usb devices and both volumes work perfectly! Does anyone know why I can't use start up manager to boot when I have usb devices plugged in? It was working before and the computer boots just fine when going to the selected start up disk and usb devices are connected. 

 

The devices I ahve connect are:

 

KBTalking Race 75% keyboard

Razer Nostromo

Razer Mamba

Logitech 935 Wireless headset dongle  (I know , the sound sucks but I like being wired free while gaming).

 

Anyway, thanks for looking/helping with this thread. 

 

 

-Scott

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Too much power draw? IT has happened with an old Windows laptop I had a long time ago, and has been known with Macs that the ore USB devies you have connected at startup, lengthens boot time

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