Question about Acer Aspire One PC Notebook
Something installed on your computer doesn't have the drivers installed so it can run. Click on Start, Control Panel, Device Manager,(look in the upper left corner for this). You should have a list of all hardware installed for your computer. In this list should be an, "Unknown Device". Double click on the device, Click on the Driver Tab at the top of the new screen, then click on disable.
This will not install the drivers, but will keep the annoying popup away for good. If you find out which device isn't installed, you can go back to this page and click on update driver. Or just leave it alone. If you don't have anything noticeably not working, like sound, it probably isn't necessary. Hope this fixes the problem...
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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