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Click the "Hardware" tab, click "Device Manager"
Look for any devices that have an "X" (the one next to the ASIX) or an exclamation point "!" (next to the Motorola).
Note: These are just examples.
If you do, post the name of it here.
If not, you're ok.
Thats all I can help you with the info. Please state more information like the model or if this happens when you do something specific.
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