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Old Nov 20, 2002, 02:53 PM
SeasideSid SeasideSid is offline
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Ive just installed my new scanner (musket 1200 ub plus) into my comp (windows xp) and in the system tray its got a litlle icon sayin 'safely remove hardware' on it. if i double click it, it removes my driver for my scanner makin it unusable !!!!!



Anyone any ideas how to get rid of it ???



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Old Nov 20, 2002, 03:06 PM
Van Nugent Van Nugent is offline
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That "Safely Remove Hardware" is for PCMCIA and USB devices. Even though these devices can be hot swapped, some may cause problems when removed from the ports while Windows is running. For those devices, you'll need to open the "Safely Remove Hardware" box to stop them from there before removing (disconnecting) them from the ports. You don't actually remove the driver, you only stop the device from running. And of course, when it's stopped, it can't be used.
 

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