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new hardware found again and again and again

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Cadeau, Sep 5, 2004.

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  1. Cadeau

    Cadeau Thread Starter

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    Windows 98 SE , Pentium4 1.8ghz
    Hi, for quit a while now, when I start up my computer I get " new hardware found" PCI universal serial bus. Then the Wizard wants to search for drivers for pci universal serial bus ( this is where I click cancel) In the System properties - device manager under System devices I have an exclamation mark beside PCI bus. If I click on it and chose properties it reports "windows could not load the driver for this device because the computer is reporting two PCI.vxd bus types ( code 2). What is the problem and how do I resolve it ? Ps I have tryed removeing it in the system but when I reboot it finds it again and the messages repeat again and there is no disable feature foe this either.
    Thanks in advance for your support !!
     
  2. Tumbleweed36

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    Hi,

    If you are looking for disable, try this option:

    Start
    Control Panel
    System
    Hardware
    Device Manager
    View
    Resources by Connection
    IRQ or Interrupt Request
    Right Click on the area you want to change
    Then, look for the disable function.
     
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