[AI] Safely Remove Hardware

Kamal Verma kamalverma at pnb.co.in
Fri Jul 2 04:28:27 EDT 2010

If 'safely remove hardware' does not appear in the tray, do the following:
Open the property of start menu by pressing alt + enter being on the start 
button. Go through through pressing tab until you hear 'hide inactive 
icons'. Make sure that this check box is unchecked.
Hope it helps.
Kamal Verma
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "allaka umamahesh" <allaka.u.mahesh at gmail.com>
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Sent: Friday, July 02, 2010 12:02 PM
Subject: [AI] Safely Remove Hardware

> Dear AccessIndians
> How to Remove Pendrive After finishing our work
> Earlier  our tecknician kept Safely Remove Hardware in System Tray
> So that After Usage
> I used to go to  System Tray&click on that
> But Very Recently My system got formatted &I have forgotten to do so
> Where  we get the option of Safely Remove Hardware&How to keep that
> option in System Tray
> Kindly guide me
>                         Thank you
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