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Old 07-06-2007, 10:44 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: removing my main HDD and DVD burner from the "safely eject hardware" list...

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ya same here... i'm a wild, bad boy, screw that safely remove hardware... yank it out!!!!
the reason most people yank it out is because the drives are set for quick removal
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Default Re: removing my main HDD and DVD burner from the "safely eject hardware" list...

a huge thank you to Apokalipse, his method worked like a charm...

if you have an nForce chipset , then all you have to do is what he listed earlier...

and yes, being hot-swappable is one thing... yanking out a drive while its active (even if you dont notice it is) is another, itll straight up mess your files... so i do try to always use the "safely remove hardware" option... and plus i dont plan on removing my internal hard drive and CD burner anytime soon, so i was sick of seeing them when i tried to eject a flashdrive... but the problem is fixed, so.... yay... thanks again - RK
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lol he'll kill us all!! i don't wanna die a firey death.....
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i agree that came outta nowhere lol
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thats a 10 on ur overkill meter vernong, the idea was there tho lol
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lmao.... i had a whole coke bottle... lmao and was super-hyper!!!! i like the new sigs... btw, u guys fold?
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