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    Device Connected on Channel 1 Msg

    I keep recieving an annoying popup message box that says "Device Connected on Channel 1" which seems to be triggered by no specific user action. I am curious about what causes this popup and how to stop it from happening.

    It is my hunch that one of my cordless devices (logitech itouch cordless keyboard & logitech cordless mouseman optical mouse) are somehow losing connection and then reconnecting on the fly but I am unsure of how to verify that this is what is happening or how to stop this popup from showing.

    My machine runs windows 2000 workstation.

    I have changed to fresh batteries in both cordless devices to rule out the possibility of near death batteries, still no luck.

    Any help, advice, suggestions are greatly appreciated.

    Last edited by ERage; Sep 25th, 2003 at 12:55 PM.

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    Try using a wired keyboard and mouse.That should stop the msg. I have a wireless trackball from logitech, and I get the same message after I make very wild and rough movements ( whenever windows is stuck or whatever).
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