Like many others, I've seen a power surge on usb port error message pop up on my computer. Tried the usual fixes including replacing usb equipment and drivers. No luck.
However, I have noticed that what will almost always trigger the message is to play a video. The messages will continue to pop up until I sign out of Windows. When I log back in, the messages have stopped. Signing out is sufficient - I don't need to restart the machine to kill the messages.
That suggests the videos (Vimeo and/or youtube) are spawning a process that triggers the message. Downloaded Procmon 3.7 from technet.microsoft.com to see what processes the video player was spawning and was immediately defeated by Procmon's UI. Before running a video, I thought I would try getting Procmon to filter the events based on when they occurred. Fired up Procmon and it showed me everything as of 11:09:02 am. Fired up an app and found it in Procmon's display as 11:09:10....
Clicked on the filter icon, and set a Time of Day filter to Exclude everything prior to 11:09:08. I didn't bother typing the microsecond just typed hour:minute:second. No luck. Everything that had been displayed as of 11:09:02 was still displayed. Tried adding microseconds. No luck. Tried flipping the Exclude switch to include and nothing changed. Tried a do over and closed the filter window instead of just clicking apply. No luck. Tried reading the help file that came with the procmon download but it's blank.
What am I missing on how to set a time filter? What seems to be a trivial task has eluded me.