"Let’s see in detail the technical characteristics of the device: the HTC Rezound has support for LTE, Wi-fi, Bluetooth connectivity and USB 3.0."
I connect and transfer data from the USB 3.0 port without issue, even while charging with ASUS Ai Charger Plus (see below). The USB cable is about 1 meter in length, which is good, so I can lie down on the couch and use the phone while it charges connected to my G74SX. Don't wanna overstress myself y'know...
I think the OP has a driver conflict that causes the BSOD when he connects the Samsung phones. That's why I asked what Antivirus, AntiMalware, Firewall, or Remote Access software is installed. They are usually the prime suspects. http://www.fixya.com/support/t117611...e_phone_camera indicates 3rd Party disk management products can also cause this issue.
I was hoping additional troubleshooting of the BSOD from info in the System Event Log (or provided from the BlueScreenView utility) may possibly point to the offending application. But if the OP doesn't feel up to pursuing it further, well that's OK too!
Here is another interesting article (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1524244) that points to an issue with the Samsung Note and ASUS Ai Charger Plus.
In http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1496591, a user reports:
"When I turn on tethering, the Samsung Galaxy SII USB Remote NDIS Network Drivers will load, and the connection will work (except on USB 3.0 connectors)."
http://forum.notebookreview.com/hp-e...-galaxy-s.html reports USB 3.0 problems with the Samsung Galaxy SII on an HP system:
"Anyway, my USB 3.0 will read my flash drive, but when I plug in my phone it gives me an error saying that the driver was not successfully installed. I tried the USB 2.0 port and it worked just fine."
So give the USB 2.0 port a shot as Brody recommends.