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Posted on 2010-09-23
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How can I remove the Systems Settings Change window, when a new device is connected to the machine (XP) and ask for a reboot???
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Question by:moralesrd
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by:myhc
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can you take a screen shot please.
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what do you mean with "Systems Settings Change window" ??
or is it the pop-up window, that says 'in order for the changes to be effective, your pc must be rebooted ?
i do not believe you can eliminate that
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The answer provide an idea about the problem.
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