I think I finally got it! The issue that seemed to keep me from being able to connect to the USB device I finally found on a VirtualBox ticket discussion. It is a registry entry that has to be deleted that seems to mess up the USB capture. I believe it may be something that was installed with Wireshark, but I am not sure.
Here is the page:
Look at comment 18 if you have the same issue where when you try to pick the USB device it says it cannot be captured.
I also found why the Vt-X was disabled, It turns out that you can’t run Windows Hypervisor and Virtualbox at the same time. I don’t mean you can’t run two virtual machines, one on each, I mean Hypervisor must be totally disabled or Virtualbox won’t be able to fully take advantage of the virtualization features. I had to run a command from an elevated shell prompt to disable. It wasn’t enough to simply turn off Hyper-V services.
Here is the command to get an elevated command shell:
Start-Process powershell -Verb runAs
Here is where I found it:
Here is the command I used to disable Microsoft Hyper-V:
Disable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Hyper-V-All
I found it here:
I am not sure if I needed to fix the virtualization support, but I did that before the USB fix so now everything seems to be working.