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How to have the "message safe to remove mass storage"?

By crucheau ·
displayed on the desktop when you click on the icon to remove the USB?

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You must have balloon notifications enabled.

by seanferd In reply to How to have the "message ...
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by crucheau In reply to You must have balloon not ...

How to enable that?

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Been a while, let me check.

by seanferd In reply to How to have the "message ...

OK, follow the instructions from any one of these pages:
http://www.google.com/search?q=XP+enable+balloon+notifications
But you want to set the Value to 1, not 0. Since you already have these disabled, the registry entry is likely already there, and you won't need to create it.

If you have XP Pro or MCE, you can use Group Policy:
http://www.petri.co.il/disable_balloon_tips_in_windows_xp.htm

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by crucheau In reply to Been a while, let me chec ...

I am using windows 7 ultimate. Will that work for windows 7 *** for windows XP?

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fix safe to remove mass storage message

by johnwright25 In reply to How to have the "message ...

In Control Panel, go to your device in Device Manager and double click on it to bring up it's properties. Click on Policies tab. You should now see Removals Policy if supported for your device. Pick the option you want - they are explained there.

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by crucheau In reply to fix safe to remove mass s ...

I opened Control Panel and Device Manager but I don't know on what I should click to see the Policies Tab. I am using windows 7 ultimate. Help me please by giving me more details. Thanks

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You would turn off "Quick Removal", but

by seanferd In reply to How to have the "message ...

with Quick Removal on, you don't need the message, as the device is always safe to remove as long as you aren't actively copying something to it.

But if you really want this, you change to "Better Performance".

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by crucheau In reply to You would turn off " ...

How to change to better performance?

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