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Safely remove hardware

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Giraph, Sep 13, 2003.

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  1. Giraph

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    omg... i just typed this all out and then when i was looking at the thing i accidentally removed my thing so i lost my internet connection and then i lost all i typed and now im mad :(. okay so anyway theres this thing in the bottom right that says "safely remove hardware" and when i click it it tells me that it is ready to safely remove my d-link USB airplus blah blah adapter. and i dont want to remove it ever and yeah that button is always there and i was wondering how to get rid of it? thanks...
     
  2. prospect

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    Can you explain it a little better.
     
  3. kiwiguy

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    Your PC has noted the USB connection for your USB Airplus. Its also telling you that you can remove the connection if you want to, it doesn't mind.

    Some USB devices need to be "stopped" before they are removed. Apparently your USB Airplus doesn't.

    If you want to hide the icon, right-click anywhere on a vacant part of the Taskbar, select Properties, click on Customize.

    Choose what you want to see or hide from there.
     
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