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MotherBoard Problem when I turn on my computer appears the icon safetly remove hardware and there is my hard disk and rom but i have istalled all drivers.pls help me =(=(

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This means you can safely remove some hardware device like something plugged into the USB port.
but to safely remove the hardware deviceyou haeto right c

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

  • jason Oct 09, 2008

    sorry my keyboard has a bad connection, had to fix it

    but if you right click on it the devices you can safely remove will be listed , just click on the device that you want to safely remove , like when you want to disconnect it or if shutting the computer down

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I am here

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