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Virtual device that just won't go away


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chinofeliz

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Sorry to double post this but I was getting no help from the other section so I thought maybe it'd be a more appropriate topic here.

See: http://www.geekstogo...mp;#entry720271

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Hi,

What happens when you disable it in device manager (instead of uninstalling)?

greetz

I found this when googling: http://club.cdfreaks...ad.php?t=165484

Edited by Caracas, 06 July 2006 - 04:08 AM.

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Thanks for replying Caracas, Yes I have tried that.

But after each reboot, the "Found new hardware" thingy still pops up, then it's telling me it's not XP Compatible blah blah blah (shown in my captures).

Then I either disable or uninstall it from Devince Manager but then after I restart the computer everything's back to its routine.

:S

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OMG Caracas, I just checked the link you provided and the solution in there totally solved my problem! Thank you so much!

It's annoying when progams r uninstalled but they leave bits and pieces behind, especially when those bits try to install themselves everytime you reboot!

Thank you thank you thank you
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