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ok we have file unlockers but where is the disk unlocker


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cannot be safley removed because a program is still accessing it. while there is no shortage of programs to unlock files and determine what is using them i have yet to see a tool that can forcibly dismount or at least name the program that is accessing the drive. so how do you determine what program is stopping a drive from properly ejecting???
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USB Safely Remove
http://www.pcworld.c...escription.html

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i doubt that will work the drive is NDAS not USB besides i prefer open source software
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Ximeta Technical Support
Phone Support Hours: Monday ~ Friday, 12pm-8pm EST (Eastern Standard Time)
Tel:609.799.1213
Email: support@Ximeta.com

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all i want is a utility that i can type a drive letter and it tells me what programs are activly accessing the drive i dont want a dismount program i just want to know what to kill XD.

i have tried process explorer but it only shows read and writes.

Edited by mikeloeven, 30 June 2010 - 06:53 PM.

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