Windows 10: Windows 10 won't eject USB thumb drive
devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices shows you devices that are not connected when you click on Show hidden devices. They don't show otherwise.
Ah, that is good to know. I skipped that part and somehow Windows showed me some greyed out devices which I uninstalled. I'll add the environment variable and see what else shows up. Thanks again. I think we are making some progress here. I was able to reboot after removing the thumb drive without pressing the reset button.
This amounts to an annoyance only, but I thought I'd ask in case someone has a solution.
I find I always have to eject my thumb drive exactly twice.
This happens on at least two laptops:
A Toshiba Satellite with Windows 10 Home 10586.545 ...
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