10-07-2021 12:59 PM
10-13-2021 01:14 AM
MotoWiZI tried it, but I have also reset the Windows like 4 times in the last year and the error is still there after each reset, and also I have updated to Windows 11, and the error didn't disappear.
Sometimes this constant notifications for update are due to updates that didn't went well. Try to uninstall the HID-complaint touch screen (it's the one I see in your notification window), resart and install it again after.
10-13-2021 01:16 AM
10-13-2021 06:48 PM
10-14-2021 04:08 AM
Blake_ASUSWhat I've noticed is that, when opening the GitHub desktop app, it triggers the notification. But this happens once a day, if I open it again, or the notification already appeared, it won't appear again in the same day. There are other apps that triggers the notification, but GitHub is one app that I use a lot, and this is how I observed the correlation. These apps seem to load something that triggers the hardware change.
We have received other similar feedback.
And after checking quite some logs, we found that the devices are fine.
There is a detection mechanism from Microsoft that is causing the issue.
We have not received any progress from them. We will keep pushing that.
Really sorry for the inconvenience caused.
02-28-2023 05:38 AM
@Blake_ASUS any update on this issue? I have exactly the same notification asking me to restart my computer to finish setting up this device. I had the issue with Windows 10. I have done a fresh install and now it continues in Windows 11.