What brings about the found new hardware wizard even when there is no new hardware that has been added recently?
Not too sure if you have solved the problem but from my own personal experience, if software for a particular piece of hardware was accidentally removed then this could cause the issue that you were referring to, additionally one of your computer peripherals maybe lose please check and verify.
There are a lot of things that can cause that actually, and it can be really annoying. My phone had the solder bead that holds the charging port to the board, and until I resoldered it, I couldn't plug it into my computer without getting a popup every 2 seconds.
Also a loose connection with the board on a USB device, or the device itself can cause it...
Do you use daemon tools or any kind of "virtual drive" software? They are pretty notorious for that.
Normally it's just a flash drive wiggling or getting popped out, but it won't hurt anything. Also, you can disable those popups under the system category in the CP
Perhaps your operating system has a problem or the drivers of your computer is not completely installed.
by Nell Rose 6 years ago
Can someone that knows about computers please help me before i go completely insane and throw the pc out of the window! for some stupid pathetic greedy reason, I keep getting a pop up that says windows security alert come up on my computer when I turn it on, and then it sends my computer mad!...
by Wayne Tully 8 years ago
I have lately been experimenting with the free art software Gimp and I've done a quick hubpage about it, although I won't link to it here, you can see it on my profile page.Has anyone used Gimp for their digital art and how have you found it compared to something like Photoshop?
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