BSOD & a Question about Windows 7

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Lee
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BSOD & a Question about Windows 7

Post by Lee » Sep 16th, 2009, 11:08 am

I use a Sweex multiple card reader and I transfered some images from the SD part of the device via a SD card.

I used Safely Remove to remove the card, but, however, the whole device was closed.

Later on, I restarted the device via Safely Remove from the notification area and got a BSOD few seconds later.

I am on Vista HP SP2 32 Bit.


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Re: BSOD & a Question about Windows 7

Post by Igor » Oct 2nd, 2009, 3:25 pm

Hi Lee,
I'm sorry for so long response. See my replies below.

Lee wrote:I use a Sweex multiple card reader and I transfered some images from the SD part of the device via a SD card.

I used Safely Remove to remove the card, but, however, the whole device was closed.

Later on, I restarted the device via Safely Remove from the notification area and got a BSOD few seconds later.
Is this problem reproducable? Can you repeat it? If yes, please try to disable "Hide drive letters when there are no media inserted" option (Options -> Drive letters) and try to see if BSOD will happen in the same situation.


Lee wrote: I am on Vista HP SP2 32 Bit.


Next question: Will there be a 64 Bit version available for Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit?

Thanks your loyal user Lee
Currently there are fully Windows 64 compatible version of USB Safely Remove. It's tested under Win 7 64 and it works OK there. It's actually not fully 64 bits but I doubt you'll find any differences between it and actual 64 bit application.

We have full 64 bit version in our plans, but since the current version works appropriately on Win 64 bit it's not a near future.
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