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Windows vista Hi, Recently whenever I boot up my laptop the 'safely remove hardware' icon appears in the notification area and if I go into it I am given a message that it is safe to remove the internal wireless card. The wireless card seems to work fine but obviously I don't want Vista telling me its safe to remove the thing in case I do by accident when removing say my usb memory stick. I have also noticed that when I switch off the wireless card using the switch on the front of the laptop a bubble also appears telling me its safe for me to remove the wireless card. Can anyone please tell me how to remove the wireless card from the sfaely remove hardware list. I dont want to hide or diable the safely remove hardware tool as I often use it for memory sticks etc. The computer is a vye s37 and up unitl recently it has never done this. Obviously the software for the card is what Vye put on when new. I have tried system restore but the restore points don't go back far enough to a point when I can get things working as they should be. Thanks in advance

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