Windows 10: Explorer scanning for "Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media"
Explorer scanning for "Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media"
When I boot up my system it will normally scan once and that's it. A couple weeks ago I started getting a system sound when I logged into a game I play Black Desert Online and the sound would repeat itself exactly every 2 minutes. I tried a reboot and it would disappear and come back a couple days later. After Tuesday's patch I can't get it to stop. To find the cause of the system sound I used Process Monitor by Sysinternals and set the filter path to .wav and while in the game when I got the system sound ProcMon advised it was as stated in the thread title and exactly every 2 minutes.
If I disengage the mouse in game I wont get the sound but as soon as I go back to combat mode it starts again. I have another MMO installed Elder Scrolls Online and it doesn't do it in that game. I have rebuilt the version file with no change, I've uninstalled and removed all USB connection, with only a mouse and keyboard connected at this stage. I did change out the mouse and changed USB ports with no success.
Any advice to help me resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated.
PS I did reinstall drivers for video, sound, mouse and keyboard and ran AVG Pro anti virus and Malwarebytes Pro with no threats.
Last edited by Rockydog; 14 Apr 2016 at 15:47.
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