Eject USB Drive

I try to do things the right way. So when Windows expects me to let it know I’m going to remove the USB drive, I do let it know I’m going to remove the USB drive. I cooperate with it, and in return I expect that it will cooperate with me. But if it doesn’t cooperate, then I override it.

This flowchart illustrates the possibilities I experience. I didn’t include the option for those of you who just pull out the USB drive without telling Windows first.

flowchart of how to eject a USB drive from a laptop or PC

Reject a factious man after a first and second warning,

Titus 3:10

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This little article thingy was written by Some Guy sometime around 11:38 am and has been carefully placed in the Technical category.

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