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Problem In Device Manager

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John K

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I am relatively computer literate, but this problem I cannot seem to solve, and am asking for your help.
There is one item in my Device Manager that has a yellow question mark by it. It is
under hidden devices. Here are the details of the device:

Logitech Driver Interface
Device Type: Driver Interface
Manufacturer: Logitech(maker of both my webcam and my mouse. However, I've had this mouse for over a year, I just got the webcam about a month ago)
Location: Location 0(Logitech Usb Filter)

Driver Details

Provider: Logitech
Date: 6/17/09
Under Driver Details it says: "no driver files are required or have been loaded for this device"
(I find that interesting)

Everything on my system seems to be working fine, the webcam, the mouse, etc. I HAVE recently downloaded and installed some new drivers from an application called Driver Genius right before this problem, so I am thinking it may be linked. But under driver details, as I have shown, it says no driver files are required or have been loaded for this device.
The "location O" seems odd. And I don't know anything about "Usb Filters".
But something must be wrong otherwise why the question mark by this. I am hoping you can help me figure out what may be wrong here, and how I may go about fixing it.
Thank you.
(My system specs are listed under My Profile)

Edited by John K, 29 August 2009 - 08:35 PM.

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Logitech Usb Filter name sounds fake. I can't find any reference to it.
Since the computer is working fine, why don't you right click on that device, and click "Unistall"? See what will happen.
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