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donbi

TIPS : Unmount disk or volume by CMD

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Hi to all,

I've found this little command :

Mountvol

For example, if you plug a sata disk or usb2 disk and you power off it, sometimes windows still show it on explorer but you cant unmount it in the logical disk manager because the disk is not present.

You can use mountvol <DRIVE>: /D to unmount the drive...

very useful to me,

Hopes it can be usefool to others

donbi

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Thanks, it might be useful

jaclaz

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Very useful for WinPE ...

Thank u for this nice hint ^^

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