|21 Apr 2010||#1|
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Possible bug related to USM wireless adapter?
I run a Windows 7 Professional desktop on a wireless network via a USB wireless adapter. I have noticed that on many occasions, when trying to disable a USB flash drive (located on a different physical USB interface on the tower) my wireless adapter is also disabled. I will try to replicate these results with a USB wireless adapter from a different manufacturer, but something tells me this issue is more likely related to the OSs interface with the adapter rather than the adapter itself. I can provide the specific make/model of the adapter later if needed (am currently on a system at a separate location). I'm just wondering if anybody else has experienced the same, and if so, if the issue has been reported.
[I meant USB in the title, not USM. Fat finger!]
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