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Old 09-06-11, 11:09 PM   #1
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I`ve a notebook that when ever i start it , it says found new hardware (HUAWEI mobile) and trys to install it , but i have deleted everything i can find with this name even with REGEDIT , its really bugging me , HELP
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Old 09-06-11, 11:22 PM   #2
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brand new? Do you have a HUAWEI mobile phone plugged into it?
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Old 09-06-11, 11:23 PM   #3
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No and No
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i take it someone has plugged in a mobile net dongle...either from O2 or Three. not sure on the other networks....

to stop this go to device manager, and uninstall the unknown device. if i wasnt at work i would offer to remote in and do this for you.



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i take it someone has plugged in a mobile net dongle...either from O2 or Three. not sure on the other networks....

to stop this go to device manager, and uninstall the unknown device. if i wasnt at work i would offer to remote in and do this for you.
Thanks John , done that then went through "control panel" "system" and disabled drivers , thank fluck hate things not working right.
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Look for any programs in startup - Start Menu - Programs - Startup.

And you can also delete any startup progs from the registry by going to:

HKEY-LOCAL-MACHINE - SOFTWARE - MICROSOFT - WINDOWS - CURRENT VERSION - RUN
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Old 10-06-11, 04:52 PM   #7
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Run MSConfig.exe (assuming XP?) and click on the Start-Up tab. Untick any mention to the program/hardware that is trying to install itself... works a treat on programs that demand registration
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