Re: A8N-E Safely Remove Hardware
- From: "Mark A" <nobody@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2006 17:15:56 -0600
"mmarien" <murray@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Well as long as Windows just thinks it's hot swapable and doesn't eject
I poked around in the device manager but couldn't find anything other then
the nifty disk speed test that the nVidia driver has. So I guess the
question would be, if I didn't install the nVidia nForce4 driver or rolled
it back to the windows one, would this remove the icon?
Well,. if you "remove" a hot swappable drive, then you may be in heap of
trouble if it is your boot drive. So it Will "logically" remove it, that is
it will take it out of service (sort of like unplugging a USB device). I
suspect that a reboot would fix the problem, but I don't know.
I don't know if Microsoft drivers would help you, since I have the Nvidia
disk controller drivers on my A8N-E.
As I said, you can hide the inactive icons (including Safely Remove
Hardware) in the "Start (lower left of your screen) ===> Settings ==> Task
Bar and Start Menu."
It bothered me also that the drives could be removed from my configuration,
but after a while I got used to it and it doesn't bother me anymore. Of
course, I am the only one using my computer.
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