Originally Posted by Wil Badger
So I put it to 0 then back to 1 but it didn't help.
Again, this reads like you never tested it in the other state - you toggled it back into the same state that it was already in to begin with without ever testing it in the alternate configuration. (At least that's the way I am parsing what you wrote both times).
I poked around a little just know - I couldn't get a crystal-clear interpretation of whether "1" or "0" causes the boot-on-power application at the USB connector.
Anyway, if you didn't try it, it might be worth 2 minutes of your time.
Apologies in advance if I am mis-reading what you said.
"I'm gonna start coding placebo apps. That way I will be sure that the complaints are real and the praises hollow."