Windows 7 Pro 64 USB Data Transfer Issues

I'm having a frustrating problem with my new PC that I just built. I figure that the USB drivers (Ext. HDD, USB flash drive) got corrupted somehow, also the computer will take a long time to boot and read if the USB hub/thumb drive is plugged in. Another problem is when you need to copy files from internal HDD to any external HDD or USB takes long time to copy, the computer stops responding. This started happening as soon as it was built.

I'd really appreciate any help.

Gigabyte GA P55A UD3 motherboard
Intel Core i5 750 processor
Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB hard drive
Pioneer 218DVD Burner
HIS 5770 graphics card
G.Skill Ripjaws 4GB DDR3 RAM
Antec 650W power supply
Windows 7 Pro 64bit
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  1. are you using the front panel connectors, have you tried the back panel connectors as well
  2. Try using Teracopy and see if your speeds increase. This tool optimizes disk i/o and can be a real time save across a network and big USB drives.
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