Running Windows 7 32-bit, I recently attached a USB-to-SATA docking station, and installed a drive in that device. Since then, Windows is continually generating the system sounds which denote connection and disconnection of a device. However, the device is never truly disconnected, because I have been copying files to that drive for hours, without any error or interruption. I don't want to turn off the sound on my desktop, or disable the Windows sound notification for connection or disconnection of a device. I wonder if there is a way to disable notification sounds only for this one device?
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If you can't find a setting there that might help, just open sounds in your audio properties & look if you can disable that specific event (Device Connect, Device Disconnect, Device failed to connect) or similar.