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Running Windows 7 Ultimate on my machine and I use a KVM switch/hub. The switch/hub runs at USB1.1 max but works fine. Trouble is I keep getting this notification bubble pop-up up every damn time I start the machine or switch to it via the KVM. The 2nd PC on the KVM runs XP and I have turned off the notification on that one - but can't do it on Windows 7

I click the pop-up and it gives me the dialog box with the option of a tick box saying "notify me if my device can run faster".

I have unchecked this box many times but the setting never seems to 'stick' and the next time I get the pop-up again. Might be a silly Windows 7 admin privileges thing or something?

I know it is probably possible to turn off ALL pop-ups but I would prefer not to do that.
Anyone know how to make this setting stick?
Cheers

PS- I had screenshots of the popup and dialogs but I can't post yet cause I am new :(

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Windows 7 has the Tell me if my device can perform faster checkbox, which is probably better than disabling USB errors.

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Try going into Device Manager (devmgmt.msc) and open the properties for the USB Controller. On the Advanced tab, check off the Don't tell me about USB errors checkbox.

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In Windows 7 it's actually better to use the newly added check box "Tell me if my device can perform faster" than using your recommendation. –  Molly7244 Feb 6 '10 at 15:21
    
@Molly7244: actually I disbled those checkboxes, but the error messages are still popping up. I did it for every USB-entry listetet in device manager providing the checkbox option.. Any other idea? –  Master of Celebration Jan 29 at 7:53
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