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Diskpart successfully dismounted the volume. Meanwhile, any scripting thoughts on how to do this with built-in Microsoft tools? So to have it automatically shut it off in case I prevent is a good thing. It's a part of windows, so no extra programs are needed. So the drive is write-able, not read-only.

Meanwhile, any other thoughts? Can you describe what that does?

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Again, safely removing via Taskbar-icon always works. Im interested to see how this works out helpful at least to anyone looking at it so if someone finds an answer i will have to use it with my dsf project. Interesting, but isn't it a. But apparently there isn't a microsoft-based answer, and I guess that's the answer. If rem that fail then the process is terminated.

Doesn't happen to be an issue for me in this case. Except, of course, there is one potential complication. Email Required, but never shown. Updated scripts, fully working with autorun and no dos boxes are in my reply below. Not sure why but it only works without that part.

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This sounds like a great idea for backup drives! Unfortunately, Sync requires administrative privileges to run. Don't know a ton about this stuff, but it surprised me.

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This will completely power-off the device and detach it from the system. Maybe I should've spelled it out more clearly. It could do all that this script does, it might even take care of the admin problem. But if your programs crash or something it may not unmount automatically.

My account is an Admin account. See this screenshot for more. We'd recommend that you first head over to the Script Center, get your feet wet, and then come back to either ask or answer questions. For more information see Technet library here and also here.

After I did Sync -e, I couldn't see the drive after reinserting it. But I'm not sure how to fix that. Be careful with Diskpart - it's powerful and hence quite dangerous.

Zentimo is its bigger brother, with even more features. Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. Couldn't find any built in feature but this looks like it will do what you want.

If you are not writing to this volume during an install there is no need to eject it. Eject is necessary on a system that is writing to a drive. If I manually close googletalk, then the same script does eject my drive. This doesn't work from a limited account, but doesn't cause any problems, it just won't automatically unmount if you aren't an administrator.

Before ejecting, mercury pvcle266m-l v3.0a drivers free this command will unmount all volumes on the device that were mounted. This could really use a command line tool to gracefully close not kill the programs.

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This will list all the devices on your computer. After you have used mountvol you must reboot for the changes to take effect. Hi, I couldn't help notice that you are using this for a backup, which means you aren't too worried about speed or performance.

You can run it from cygwin too. But I can handle that much.

If volumes are in use, this command will fail as with unmount, except that some volumes might be unmounted and some volumes might remain mounted. Microsoft's own DevCon is the command-line version of Device Manager. So my quesion is what am I doing wrong that the script does not eject the drive after killing googletalk? If that's true than you don't need to use Safely Eject.

You can use as much of the device id as necessary to guarantee you have the correct device. This will disable write caching, and will thus prevent most problems. Here is an equivalent that I wrote, called Sync, that works on all versions of Windows. That's how I found the leftover cmd process.