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suegy

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Using Windows 98, there doesn't appear to be an icon in the lower right hand corner to use for safe removal of a jump drive or thumb drive. How else do you get to the point to get the ok to remove them?

Thanks for your help.
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To the best of my knowledge there is no other way to remove a thumb drive properly in Windows 98. All you can do is pull it out. I also know that this will not cause damage if you close out of everything that needs the thumb drive to run. Like if you were typing a document on MS Word that came from the thumb drive, close word and then you will be able to pull it out saftley. You can also log out and then pull it out because whe the computer is logged out of, the thumb drive is no longer in use. :whistling:
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Thank you very much!
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