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Windows 7: Can Win7 power down USB devices not in use?

27 May 2010   #11

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by j1n View Post
ahh sounds interesting...hopefully one of those tips will actually be what im looking there an option to set the usb device to be shutdown or put on standby after "X" time of being idle??...Cus from the screen shots it doesnt seem that way
The screenshot karlsnooks posted, might helps you to disable when not in use the Usb Ports...but unfortunatly windows 7 will evaluate itself the time it will low down the selected ports.

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