My USB has problems not in GRUB but in the boot-up of Linux!

Wwhen I ask linux to boot in text mode, I see a bunch of kernel messages and then my computer freezes about 1/6 times I boot up.

When my wireless wireless card isn't plugged in, ubuntu never freezes on start-up.

Here's the message I receive when it hangs (and I was able to find this in the /var/log/syslog):

[ 0.545977] ACPI: Using IOAPIC for interrupt routing

So this is a linux problem. And I bet it's related to the system believing that the AM10 is a storage device. Any thoughts?

ohhh myy SQL!