Too Many 'Audit Success' Security-Auditing Events Happening

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  1. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 Home
       #21

    Security event Audit Success is triggered every time any USB device is connected, which means now there are only two possible problem causes:

    • hardware issue
    • driver issue
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  2. Posts : 20
    win 10 64bit home 1909
       #22

    sound's like power manager - try usbdeview and go into reg to remove the 1 in power select to 0
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  3. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 Home
       #23

    mblack said:
    sound's like power manager - try usbdeview and go into reg to remove the 1 in power select to 0
    Thanks, I have located my composite device and all its 3 devices, I went into the regedit and found the keys, but there was nothing like "power in there" although, as per Windows 8.1 temporary workaround - The Corsair User Forums I have disabled those keys, restarted. Same problem. Then I decided to change almost every related key to 0, restarted. Problem still prevails.
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  4. Posts : 1
    windows 10
       #24

    BigPackie said:
    Security event Audit Success is triggered every time any USB device is connected, which means now there are only two possible problem causes:

    • hardware issue
    • driver issue
    I have 24,000+ audits, no mouse and very rarely charge my phone thru Asus laptop. Windows 10
      My Computer


  5. Posts : 6
    Windows 10 Home
       #25

    CSIS MOB 415 said:
    I have 24,000+ audits, no mouse and very rarely charge my phone thru Asus laptop. Windows 10
    So it was a hardware issue. After replacing the faulty mouse with a new one, everything works as it should.
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