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  Ubuntu freezes when AC 430 WiFi Dongle is plugged in

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Ubuntu crashes after a short time after plugging in the WiFi stick
  "AC430". The kernel fails to load the driver and the following message
  appears repeatedly:

  [ 800.177462] mt76x0u 1- rx urb failed: -32
  [ 800.177711] mt76x0u 1- rx urb failed: -32
  [ 800.177961] mt76x0u 1- rx urb failed: -32
  [ 800.178211] mt76x0u 1- rx urb failed: -32
  [ 800.178461] mt76x0u 1- rx urb failed: -32
  [ 800.178712] mt76x0u 1- rx urb failed: -32
  [ 800.181962] mt76x0u 1- rx urb failed: -32

  Tested with Kernel 4.19 and 5.0 (5.0.2)
  Tested with the following distributions:
  Ubuntu Cosmic Cuttlefish 18.10
  Ubuntu Studio 18.10
  Ubuntu Disco Dingo 19.04

  40-usb_modeswitch.rules was already modified to load the driver,
  otherwise the system chooses Driver=option.

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