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Why does this keep coming up that my computer has found new hardware when I reboot and it says Etrust new hardware. And a wizard that wants me to download this new hardware from the internet or from a disk. What's up?

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i installed etrust a few days ago..no issues here. i know, not very helpfull. but i do say its easy to use

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Well I had no problem for over 2 weeks then this just started popping up :(

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HI Tarun, well if I reboot it will prolly come back up, I'll do that in a bit. :hello:

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How do you want me to put the screen shot in here?

Also, I think actually it's a dang camera that my friend couldn't get it to work on her computer so I tried it on mine. I thought (and can't find anything left) I'd deleted it. It's not in add/remove programs.

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There's a link in the bottom to add attachments.

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Yuuuuuuuuuuuuup, so how do I get rid of that? LOL

It won't let me click on it, right or left and it's not in my start up items

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Go to Control Panel>System>Hardware>Device Manager and then right click any that have a yellow exclamation mark or question mark next to them select delete or disable, then reboot and see what happens.

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Ok CaPMan and Tarun, this is what I came up with in the device mangler. LOL

I have seen where the etrust says it's trying to connect to the ftp something or other. Is this all normal? And before I delete this, do I do it in the device manager or where?

Thanks

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As soon as I downloaded etrust and then rebooted, it asked me again and wanted me to connect to the etrust server. Came back that I needed the CD that etrust couldn't find it. I clicked on the part where it said not to ask me that again. I'm going to reboot again and see if it pops up again.

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