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USBDeview v1.28

Recent Versions History:

* Version 1.28

o Added command-line options: /stop_by_pid, /disable_by_pid, /enable_by_pid, /remove_by_pid

 

* Version 1.27

o Added new option: Open In RegEdit.

 

* Version 1.26

o The 'Advanced Options' dialog-box is now resizable.

o Added 'USB Hub' column (yes/no).

 

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html

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USBDeview v1.30

Recent Versions History:

* Version 1.30

o Added new option: Show Time In GMT.

 

* Version 1.29

o Fixed bug: For USB flash drives with multiple drives (like

SanDisk Cruzer With U3), USBDeview displayed only one drive letter

randomly. Now it can display multiple drive letters.

 

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html

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I've started using this from a quicklaunch shortcut, and it's a damn sight better tool than the "Safely Remove Hardware" system tray effort, which disconnects my broadband every time I use it.

 

Thanks for the headsup Ken.

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I've started using this from a quicklaunch shortcut, and it's a damn sight better tool than the "Safely Remove Hardware" system tray effort, which disconnects my broadband every time I use it.

 

Thanks for the headsup Ken.

I had not thought about having a shortcut in Quick Launch but that's a good idea.

 

Now if I could only figure out why the Quick Launch keeps disappearing after a reboot on this XP Pro system.

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Just downloaded this -- have not used it before. It display a few USB things that are no longer active on my system. So, what happens when you right-click one of those items and choose: "Uninstall Selected Device?"

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So, what happens when you right-click one of those items and choose: "Uninstall Selected Device?"
It disappears.

 

It is good for removing Flash card information on devices that are not connected at the time.

 

Review USBDeview Columns Description in http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html

 

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It does not remove any drivers as all it does is removes the device information that is stored in the USB area of the registry.

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I had not thought about having a shortcut in Quick Launch but that's a good idea.

 

Now if I could only figure out why the Quick Launch keeps disappearing after a reboot on this XP Pro system.

 

 

Have you tried looking in the registry location mentioned in post 4 here and seeing what your userinit contains?

 

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread7898.html

 

Support contact

https://support.piriform.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

support@ccleaner.com

 

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Have you tried looking in the registry location mentioned in post 4 here and seeing what your userinit contains?

 

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread7898.html

I tried it all except for purchasing TaskbarRepairToolPlus! for $5.00

 

I guess if I become frustrated enough and I have the money at the end of the month I'll purchase it.

What is real frustrating is that it seems is that the only setting it won't let me change without purchasing it. :blink:

 

Winter is here!

-17C with snow flurries.

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I tried it all except for purchasing TaskbarRepairToolPlus! for $5.00

 

I guess if I become frustrated enough and I have the money at the end of the month I'll purchase it.

What is real frustrating is that it seems is that the only setting it won't let me change without purchasing it. :blink:

You may have already tried these but a couple of links to try:

 

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555525

 

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt-2000-...ebooting-2.html

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I tried them as well.

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I tried it all except for purchasing TaskbarRepairToolPlus! for $5.00

 

I guess if I become frustrated enough and I have the money at the end of the month I'll purchase it.

What is real frustrating is that it seems is that the only setting it won't let me change without purchasing it. :blink:

 

Winter is here!

-17C with snow flurries.

I checked my one and only credit card that I rarely use I have and it had the $5.00 in it so I requested an activation key and I just received it and it works. B)

 

I am going to fire up the external hard drive and save the email on it.

 

-19C heading for -7C with snow flurries today.

Only 4 more months until nicer weather.

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I checked my one and only credit card that I rarely use I have and it had the $5.00 in it so I requested an activation key and I just received it and it works. B)

Don't suppose you monitored what it did too let us know what the actual fix did?

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Don't suppose you monitored what it did too let us know what the actual fix did?

Sorry I didn't.

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Thanks abu!

There's always an exception to the rule. I'm that exception.

 

Desktop ----- AMD Athlon 3700+ (2.64Ghz), 2GB DDR 400, ASUS A8N-SLI Premium, 500GB HD, Windows XP Pro SP3, Avira Antivir Personal

At work ----- Intel C2D T1700 (1.6Ghz), 2GB DDR2 667, Dell OUY141, 80GB HD, Windows XP Pro SP2, Symantec 10

Laptop ----- Intel C2D P8400 (2.4 Ghz), 4GB DDR3 1066, Mainboard, 160GB HD, Dualboot: Windows 7/openSUSE 11.1, Avira Antivir Personal

 

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