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How can disable the popup messages related to the insertion of a new USB drive in a Windows XP system. In the same I want to eliminate those messages indicating that is necessary restart the computer because the new hardware was installed (USB)
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Question by:moralesrd
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by:Joshua_Peters
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Right click on the taskbar and click ‘Properties’
Under the ‘Taskbar’ tab, click the ‘Customize’ button that appears near the bottom of the window
Locate ‘Safely Remove Hardware’ and choose ‘Always Hide’
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by:moralesrd
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what about the messages that indicates that is necessary to restart the computer?
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by:Joshua_Peters
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After the drivers are installed it needs to be rebooted usually because the necessary files need to start with windows. The only way I know is to manually close the notification selecting the I will reboot later option. If there is a way I would recommend to just go ahead and do it. Maybe delay the reboot but it may not work right if you don't.
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by:moralesrd
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There is USB units that are showing that message even when unit was detected by windows and are working properly without reboot. There is a way to cancel that kind of warning?
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by:Joshua_Peters
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It may have an option if you right click on it and see if there is an option to quit telling you.
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by:moralesrd
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Is a popup message in the middle of the screen....
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by:Nice-Ghaza
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Dear,
        Please try to install that Falsh drive  on the another system .see that what  is problem . is there ask the restart the system and not if restard then your flash drive is problem..

after that try to format with NTFS and check it

thanks
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by:moralesrd
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The popup window asking to restart the computer always shows up in any computer. I'm just trying to avoid that annoying window, there is a way to do that?
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it's possible eliminate the autorun option using gpedit.msc
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