1.    08 Apr 2016 #1
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    this process prevent me eject harddisk, how to solve the problem?

    i got eject problem everytime i plug any usb drive
    when i open the process using a program called "procexp" or process explorer that i downloaded , i found some process preventing the safely remove hardware
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    the process is :
    1. $extend/$metadata
    2. System Volume Information

    edit : i cant close the handle (process) it say "the handle is invalid"
    i am using win 10 build 10586

    please help me, any comment is greatly appreciated
    Last edited by Hirodato; 08 Apr 2016 at 09:47.
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