USB Composite device Error Message

August 27, 2011 at 20:29:49
Specs: Windows 7, Intel Core2 Quad Q8200 @ 2.33ghz
I read your reply to this same error message (This device can perform faster) where you said it doesn't mean there is anything wrong with your computer but this error message is causing me problems on my desktop. I have a Gateway LX6810-01 desktop with a Samsung 24" monitor, ergonomic keyboard and a Logitech wireless mouse. When I turn on the computer, it takes varying amounts of time for that error message to come up. Then I click the "do not show this message again" box and it goes away. Is there a way of getting that error message to come up right away or a place I can go to turn off the message? It can take hours to show up at times. If I get tired of waiting (waited as long as 6 hrs) and login to the online game that I play (Lotro and formerly WOW), then the game freezes up when that message shows up. I am unable to get unfrozen and end up having to do a hard shutdown to correct the situation. I would like to avoid that. Anyway, I have a desktop computer that I can't play my games on and I really would like to play on my desktop while at home...I even had Vista wiped off the computer and Windows 7 installed in hopes of correcting this error message but I still have it. I am not good with computers so please keep your reply simple. Thanks for any help you can give me.

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#1
August 28, 2011 at 10:19:43
You need a good virus/trojan scanner.

And go into your MSCONFIG file (Start/Run type msconfig and hit the enter key) and uncheck the offending item under the Startup Tab. Usually some kind of ad software.

Imagination governs the world.

Napoleon

http://sandyedge.blogspot.com/


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#2
August 28, 2011 at 21:10:37
Ty for your suggestion...I tried to follow it but could not find a run option...I did find the msconfig option and clicked on the startup tab. I did not see anything relating to USB composited device so did not uncheck anything.
I also spent almost 4 hours waiting (playing solitaire, etc) and that error message did not show up while I was on. I did not try to login into my game since I did not want to have to do a hard restart in case the error showed up then and froze my computer. The error usually shows up within the first hour I'm logged on.

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#3
August 30, 2011 at 11:39:49
It may be coming from the web site you're on.

Imagination governs the world.

Napoleon

http://sandyedge.blogspot.com/


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