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I upgraded from XP to Win 7 and can't find the hidden system file!

I went to CP folders and clicked on show hidden folders but that did not work.

Help

garry

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Go to Control panel/ folder options/ view.

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fixed one problem

Using search I figured it out and show the .system folder.

Now

The PC keeps saying there may be a problem with the E and F drive and I need to scan and fix so there will be no future problems!

Not sure if I should do this even if I do have a back-up.

Comments

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XP to 7 why not 8?

garry1p wrote:

I upgraded from XP to Win 7 garry

I'm too planning to upgrade to 7, just curious what version of 7 did you get?

For what I'm reading the transition is not easy, who knows how many of my programs won't run on 7

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From XP Pro to & Windows 7 Pro

No problems, was able to download new drivers for printers and everything else just worked including my 1450.

Took a long time to download all the updates I think there were 137 updates.

I only have 1gb of ram (max for IBM R40) and was told that would be a problem however, I do not do streaming and so far everything works great.

There is a download on the MS site that will test your programs and let you know what kind of problems you may have before upgrading to 7 or 8. I ran that before I upgraded.

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Problem

What's on your E and F drives? Are they logical drives?
What prompted the error message?
Do you defrag your drives regulary?

On Windows 7 go to computer
click on the drive
click properties
click the tools
click the check now button. In the Check Disk window, select the Automatically fix file system errors check

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E & F drives

E drive is the Garmin 1450 and F is the SD card in the 1450.

Somewhere I read it was not a good idea to defrag the Garmin and not sure about the auto fix.

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Windows 7 error messages

garry1p wrote:

...there may be a problem with the E and F drive and I need to scan and fix so there will be no future problems!

Windows 7 offers to scan and fix every drive you plug in. Every time I connect my nuvi to update the POIs and every time I connect my cellphone to upload pictures, a popup offers to "fix" that drive! Don't believe it! Click NO! Do you think the Android phone will even work after Windows 7 fixes it?

dobs108 rolleyes

Relax!

flaco wrote:

...who knows how many of my programs won't run on 7

Every one of my programs runs fine on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit. For email I installed Eudora v 7, which is more than 10 years old, and there was not even a hiccup! Windows 7 has been running for one year without any problem at all.

dobs108 smile

Ha!

dee dee dee deet dit deet!

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I thought so

Yep thanks Dobs108
I figured I might just get in trouble trying to fix something that wasn't broken.

This was the 1st time I connected the 1450 since the upgrade to Win 7 and was surprised the program wanted to fix it so it wouldn't have the problem in the future.

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garry

drivers

You may have trouble getting drivers if you have any really old scanners or printers.

XP To 7 Why Not 8?

flaco wrote:
garry1p wrote:

I upgraded from XP to Win 7 garry

I'm too planning to upgrade to 7, just curious what version of 7 did you get?

For what I'm reading the transition is not easy, who knows how many of my programs won't run on 7

XP To 7 Why Not 8? This article goes over a few things for you.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/buying-advice/software/3490112/wi...

I have 7 pro on my laptop and 7 home premium on my desktop. Both came with those systems. I did have XP before the 7 machines and didn't see much difference when I switched. From what I've heard unless you want to utilize touch screen stuff 8 isn't much different than 7. 8 does use a whole new look to the interface which can be confusing but in the end still pretty much does the same things which is why I opted for 7 although 8 was out when I bought the laptop.

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yep

dobs108 wrote:
garry1p wrote:

...there may be a problem with the E and F drive and I need to scan and fix so there will be no future problems!

Windows 7 offers to scan and fix every drive you plug in. Every time I connect my nuvi to update the POIs and every time I connect my cellphone to upload pictures, a popup offers to "fix" that drive! Don't believe it! Click NO! Do you think the Android phone will even work after Windows 7 fixes it?

dobs108 rolleyes

I've found the same and also never allow Windows to fix something I've plugged in that isn't broken.

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Windows 8 is the new Windows 2000>>>

soberbyker wrote:
flaco wrote:
garry1p wrote:

I upgraded from XP to Win 7 garry

I'm too planning to upgrade to 7, just curious what version of 7 did you get?

For what I'm reading the transition is not easy, who knows how many of my programs won't run on 7

XP To 7 Why Not 8? This article goes over a few things for you.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/buying-advice/software/3490112/wi...

I have 7 pro on my laptop and 7 home premium on my desktop. Both came with those systems. I did have XP before the 7 machines and didn't see much difference when I switched. From what I've heard unless you want to utilize touch screen stuff 8 isn't much different than 7. 8 does use a whole new look to the interface which can be confusing but in the end still pretty much does the same things which is why I opted for 7 although 8 was out when I bought the laptop.

IMHO...I took it for a test drive on a Microsoft Surface...absolutely awful...confusing, redundant and cluttered...while it did not crash like Window 2000 it is every bit as unnecessary.

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IMO

TMK wrote:

IMHO...I took it for a test drive on a Microsoft Surface...absolutely awful...confusing, redundant and cluttered...while it did not crash like Window 2000 it is every bit as unnecessary.

I think you have elevated W8 to a level far beyond it's proper level of hierarchy. According to the majority of pundits with a severe rewrite it may approach Vista.

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Win 7

Windows 7 is a pain, it does all kinds of annoying things. Every time I plug a flash drive in my wife's laptop it tells me there's something wrong with it and wants to scan it. I went to install a password program that I have on my XP machine and it wouldn't even let me install it let alone run it. I started out on a Dos machine and Had total control, the same for previous versions of Windows. Now Microsoft seems to think we're a bunch of idiots and has to protect us by taking over. Just my opinion.

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RE windows scan

windows (any) looks for things on the device that indicate it was properly closed the last time it was disconnected. If u pull a USB device out before it does that it will give u that error the next time u plug it in. It is possible that if u pulled it out while it was writing to it u could really mess it up.
In my experience - the scan returns a no problem found.
If it finds a problem it is related to the above and not the data content of the drive. It is not like a virus scan. So letting it scan should not be a problem. YMMV...
If u messed something else up it probably would not even be able to access the device.
Just make sure u use the "remove safely" function and u won't see that again.
Remove safely will ask u to close programs that r accessing the "drive" before u pull it out.

RE Windows 7/8

If u have a touchscreen device W8 is probably OK - I have not used it - but then it probably already has W8. If u have a computer with XP or Vista, upgrading to W8 will make u crazy.
After 2 months my sister is still calling me and screaming "Have I ever told you how much I HATE Windows 8" on her new laptop.
HP is now selling new computers with W7 again. W8 market share is LESS than Vista was the same time after its launch. That may be a clue for u as to W8 popularity.

2 items to check

garry1p wrote:

I upgraded from XP to Win 7 and can't find the hidden system file!

I went to CP folders and clicked on show hidden folders but that did not work.

Help

garry

Back to the original question of this thread.

You will want to uncheck the "Hide Protected operating system files". This way you will see every file.

On a side note, I re-check that option when I'm done.

For the other that keep saying Windows wants to "fix" there filesystem. If windows detected an improper disconnection of your device, until it scans it and verifies it's ok (never had a problem BTW), it will keep asking EVERY time. If you keep saying "No, don't fix", it will never go away.

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win 8

Thanks I solved the hidden folder problem and as with XP I will recheck the hidden file option.

I went to Win 7 because I only have 1 MB of ram and 8 needs minimum of 4 MB. Besides from what I have read win 8 is a disaster. I will wait for 9 before upgrading with a new PC.

As for unplugging I normally do the "safely unplug" but may not have since there was no chance of read or write actions taking place when I disconnected.

If it wants to scan next time I may just let it do it.

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garry

That's common

garry1p wrote:

Using search I figured it out and show the .system folder.

Now

The PC keeps saying there may be a problem with the E and F drive and I need to scan and fix so there will be no future problems!

Not sure if I should do this even if I do have a back-up.

Comments

Windows 7 complains a lot about removable storage devices for some reason. Just ignore the complaint, Don't tell it to fix the problem because if you do then win7 will come back and tell you that it didn't find any problems.

Win 7 vs 8

My old Windows7 eMachine finally quit, HD packed it up. So I bought a new low-cost Gateway. It came with Windows8 and no instructions beyond the simple "plug it in, turn it on". I found that it was missing a lot of stuff that comes standard on Windows7. It also ended up being a major pain in the a-- compared to win7. So much so that I spent another $100 for an OEM version of Win7 and upgraded my Win8 to Win7. Windows 8 might be the best thing since sliced bread when used on a touch screen computer but the only touch screen I have is an iPod Touch.

If any of you do this upgrade, take some advice. Before you attempt the upgrade, find your way into 'Device Manager' and write down the model number of every device that uses a driver. That will make finding the right drivers much easier.

I have better luck with Win8.

I have better luck with Win8.

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Backing up drivers

jackj180 wrote:

My old Windows7 eMachine finally quit, HD packed it up. So I bought a new low-cost Gateway. It came with Windows8 and no instructions beyond the simple "plug it in, turn it on". I found that it was missing a lot of stuff that comes standard on Windows7. It also ended up being a major pain in the a-- compared to win7. So much so that I spent another $100 for an OEM version of Win7 and upgraded my Win8 to Win7. Windows 8 might be the best thing since sliced bread when used on a touch screen computer but the only touch screen I have is an iPod Touch.

If any of you do this upgrade, take some advice. Before you attempt the upgrade, find your way into 'Device Manager' and write down the model number of every device that uses a driver. That will make finding the right drivers much easier.

I use a free program called "doubledrivers" to back up all my drivers.

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what version

garry1p wrote:

From XP Pro to & Windows 7 Pro

32 or 64?
In your opinion what are the Pros and Cons of one over the other?

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pro & con

I installed Win 7 32 bit on an IBM R40 ThinkPad 80GB hard drive Intel Pentium M processor.

Once you figure your way around Win 7 they are pretty similar but there is a slight learning curve.

I upgraded last week so still looking around for some of the stuff but so far very satisfied.

Win 7 is definitely faster than XP on my laptop anyway and I'm glad I upgraded. I was told 1 MB of memory would not be enough but that's all the machine will take and it really doesn't seem to be limiting me but I don't do movies or streaming.

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garry

Thanks for the good advise.

Thanks for the good advise.

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What?

garry1p wrote:

Thanks I solved the hidden folder problem and as with XP I will recheck the hidden file option.

I went to Win 7 because I only have 1 MB of ram and 8 needs minimum of 4 MB. Besides from what I have read win 8 is a disaster. I will wait for 9 before upgrading with a new PC.

As for unplugging I normally do the "safely unplug" but may not have since there was no chance of read or write actions taking place when I disconnected.

If it wants to scan next time I may just let it do it.

You meant GB.

Go ahead and let Windows scan the GPS for errors. It won't hurt the flash memory. Defragmenting the GPS though would cause excess wear and tear on the flash memory, though it really would only have an effect if constantly done over a period of years.

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+1

Juggernaut wrote:

Go to Control panel/ folder options/ view.

+1 that.

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flaco wrote:
garry1p wrote:

From XP Pro to & Windows 7 Pro

32 or 64?
In your opinion what are the Pros and Cons of one over the other?

Don't get a 32 bit OS. 64 bit is the future. The biggest disadvantage using 32 bit OS is that you're limited to (less than) 4GB RAM.

Ditto...

Irish FX4 wrote:
Juggernaut wrote:

Go to Control panel/ folder options/ view.

+1 that.

ditto...

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chewbacca wrote:

Don't get a 32 bit OS. 64 bit is the future. The biggest disadvantage using 32 bit OS is that you're limited to (less than) 4GB RAM.

As well, if you have a 64 bit processor, it's a no-brainer. Use it. It can do more FLoPs. And 64's can do 32 bit, as they are backward capable.

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Agreed - 64-bit

Quote:

Don't get a 32 bit OS. 64 bit is the future. The biggest disadvantage using 32 bit OS is that you're limited to (less than) 4GB RAM.

I see no real reason not to run 64-bit, although I did have one program (T-clock) that needed a 64-bit version to run properly.

(Although the 32-bit version might have worked with some compatibility fixes and admin rights).

This is definitely not the

This is definitely not the best forum to get Windows info. However, most of these posts r correct.

Just note that ANY OS upgrade is likely to make some programs non-functional, especially old ones. X64 won't run some 32 bit programs. X32 won't run some other 32 bit programs. Some install (menu) programs won't work outside of Win XP - u must run the actual setup file.

It happens on OSX also.

I am finishing up the

I am finishing up the migration of almost 8,000 of our companies XP users around the country. If you are having trouble with older programs try the compatibility mode. Everyone of ours is 64 bit. I am also using Win 8 on several machines and once you get past a short learning curve I like it.

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LOL

Box Car wrote:
TMK wrote:

IMHO...I took it for a test drive on a Microsoft Surface...absolutely awful...confusing, redundant and cluttered...while it did not crash like Window 2000 it is every bit as unnecessary.

I think you have elevated W8 to a level far beyond it's proper level of hierarchy. According to the majority of pundits with a severe rewrite it may approach Vista.

I am accused at times of being curmudgeonly...I was trying to be kind smile

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DO NOT

When connecting your Gps on the Computer and you get the Messages from window 7 that window want to scan your device for error NEVER LET IT DO IT> Again Do not select window to scan and repair your GPS device.

Window does not have notthing to do with your Gps.always select cancel.

I get the same message on the screen when connecting my device and I always close the window .

And I prefer window 7 over window 8. window 8 is onother flop of window vista or window ME. To me Window xp always be the best operating system that microsoft ever create

And the reason that I switch to window 7 cause microsoft will end any support for window Xp starting this month,no more window update for XP users.

Two XP systems...

We've got two XP systems in the house. One is a "production" system that is dedicated to running a pair of XP programs (industrial/scientific stuff). That machine doesn't normally have outside Internet access and is only allowed to talk to the Outside World on patch Tuesdays. That one will probably stay with XP as long as the equipment it supports is alive.

The other machine supports Windows-only business software, one package I use and one that my wife uses. Those packages talk to the Outside World (on a very limited set of ports). We'll probably update that one to Win 7.

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tried

John.jcb wrote:

I am finishing up the migration of almost 8,000 of our companies XP users around the country. If you are having trouble with older programs try the compatibility mode. Everyone of ours is 64 bit. I am also using Win 8 on several machines and once you get past a short learning curve I like it.

I have a program that I run on several XP machines and when I tried to install it on my wife's Win7 machine it couldn't even let me get as far as the compatibility mode, it flat wouldn't even let me run the install. Then there's the issue of it wanting to check every stick or SD card you plug into it with no way to turn that off. I don't know where Microsoft got some of their programmers, but they're sure not making things easier.

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Preferences

Driver 38 wrote:

When connecting your Gps on the Computer and you get the Messages from window 7 that window want to scan your device for error NEVER LET IT DO IT> Again Do not select window to scan and repair your GPS device.

Window does not have notthing to do with your Gps.always select cancel.

I get the same message on the screen when connecting my device and I always close the window .

And I prefer window 7 over window 8. window 8 is onother flop of window vista or window ME. To me Window xp always be the best operating system that microsoft ever create

And the reason that I switch to window 7 cause microsoft will end any support for window Xp starting this month,no more window update for XP users.

I find that once the device is scanned by Windows the prompt generally goes away for good. The thing I do however is never let Windows do the surface scan, both because it's useless on flash memory, and it takes a long time when you have a 64GB USB stick inserted into a USB port. Naturally, this is a matter of preference, but I'd rather take a minute, do the scan, and likely not see the prompt again than have to deal with the prompt every time I plug that device in. To do otherwise is to me a waste of energy, so go ahead and let Windows do its thing so it will stop bugging you.

Windows 8 has few, if any, redeeming qualities. Microsoft, specifically Ballmer, changed Windows too radically and too quickly. Users weren't ready to accept so much change, and I am one of them. Even on my XPS18 I still use the desktop and Start8, but on the flip side I can't stand the look of Metro anyway. Going to 7 or 8 is sound however, because users with XP aren't getting any more updates after next week. That does not mean that a fresh install of XP won't be able to download updates at all, but after April 8, there will be nothing.

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I

I agree, I will most often just let Windows to the scan. In 99 out of 100 cases the scan seems to find a piece of data 64 bytes in length on the SD card and once that small piece of data is segregated I don't see the scan message again. I have never had the scan alter anything that made me lose data.

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not for me

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

I find that once the device is scanned by Windows the prompt generally goes away for good. The thing I do however is never let Windows do the surface scan, both because it's useless on flash memory, and it takes a long time when you have a 64GB USB stick inserted into a USB port. Naturally, this is a matter of preference, but I'd rather take a minute, do the scan, and likely not see the prompt again than have to deal with the prompt every time I plug that device in. To do otherwise is to me a waste of energy, so go ahead and let Windows do its thing so it will stop bugging you.

~snip~

Every time I plug my Garmin 2460 into my Windows 7 home machine a pop-up says it detects a problem and asks if I want to scan. I allow the basic scan and fix and every time it comes back with no problems found or "fixed".

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Safely Disconnecting?

soberbyker wrote:
Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

I find that once the device is scanned by Windows the prompt generally goes away for good. The thing I do however is never let Windows do the surface scan, both because it's useless on flash memory, and it takes a long time when you have a 64GB USB stick inserted into a USB port. Naturally, this is a matter of preference, but I'd rather take a minute, do the scan, and likely not see the prompt again than have to deal with the prompt every time I plug that device in. To do otherwise is to me a waste of energy, so go ahead and let Windows do its thing so it will stop bugging you.

~snip~

Every time I plug my Garmin 2460 into my Windows 7 home machine a pop-up says it detects a problem and asks if I want to scan. I allow the basic scan and fix and every time it comes back with no problems found or "fixed".

Are you "Safely Removing Hardware and Ejecting Media" before pulling the cable to the 2460?

I plan on doing the same

I plan on doing the same upgrade to windows 7 for the same reasons you mentioned.

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What Windows scanning is

What Windows scanning is everyone talking about? I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate. I've never seen Windows prompting me to scan flash drives (SDHC, Memory Stick, Garmin Nuvi etc) when they're plugged in.

I wonder if AutoPlay setting has anything to do with it. My AutoPlay is disabled/unchecked.

Auto Play

I am running Windows 7 Pro 64 bit. Auto Play is disabled for everything. Whenever I connect a nuvi or a cell phone, Windows offers to "Scan and Fix" it.

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WinXP > Win7 or Win8

soberbyker wrote:
flaco wrote:
garry1p wrote:

I upgraded from XP to Win 7 garry

I'm too planning to upgrade to 7, just curious what version of 7 did you get?

For what I'm reading the transition is not easy, who knows how many of my programs won't run on 7

XP To 7 Why Not 8? This article goes over a few things for you.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/buying-advice/software/3490112/wi...

I have 7 pro on my laptop and 7 home premium on my desktop. Both came with those systems. I did have XP before the 7 machines and didn't see much difference when I switched. From what I've heard unless you want to utilize touch screen stuff 8 isn't much different than 7. 8 does use a whole new look to the interface which can be confusing but in the end still pretty much does the same things which is why I opted for 7 although 8 was out when I bought the laptop.

I made the plunge last week and bought a brand new desktop and elected to go with Win8. After doing quite a bit of reading on the topic, I decided 8 over 7. By installing Classic Shell, I have the classic WinXP or Win7 menus (my choice) and can quickly switch to the Win8 GUI if I like. And I do want to learn the Win8 GUI, just not while I am setting things up and getting functional!

So far, no issues although I am still very early in the process.

I elected to plunk down some decent coin and got a racehorse. The desktop with Win8 boots up from a cold start in less than a minute and shuts down in about 5 seconds. Programs boot amazingly quickly. (I elected to have an SSD installed and it makes a huge difference!). In general, I am having a ball with the new machine.

From what I read, most older software will run fine on Win8. Older hardware will depend on the driver compatibility. Don't expect manufacturers to provide Win8 drivers for 10-15 year old hardware.

The Win8 GUI will be jarring if you've never had any exposure to it. You'll definitely want to go through the tutorial, and very possibly install Classic Shell or something similar.

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CraigW wrote:

Are you "Safely Removing Hardware and Ejecting Media" before pulling the cable to the 2460?

I Google the problem. You may be right. Yanking removable drives without Safely removing them may be the cause. No wonder I never see it. I never unplug removable devices without safely ejecting them first.

Yep

CraigW wrote:
soberbyker wrote:
Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

I find that once the device is scanned by Windows the prompt generally goes away for good. The thing I do however is never let Windows do the surface scan, both because it's useless on flash memory, and it takes a long time when you have a 64GB USB stick inserted into a USB port. Naturally, this is a matter of preference, but I'd rather take a minute, do the scan, and likely not see the prompt again than have to deal with the prompt every time I plug that device in. To do otherwise is to me a waste of energy, so go ahead and let Windows do its thing so it will stop bugging you.

~snip~

Every time I plug my Garmin 2460 into my Windows 7 home machine a pop-up says it detects a problem and asks if I want to scan. I allow the basic scan and fix and every time it comes back with no problems found or "fixed".

Are you "Safely Removing Hardware and Ejecting Media" before pulling the cable to the 2460?

Yes I always choose to safely remove the "Mass storage device" as it refers to my Garmin as.

(always use the safely remove for any peripheral device)

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Safely remove USB device settings

A Google search shows that this feature to "Scan and Fix" any USB device can do real damage to the files on the drive by isolating any files considered "dirty bits" by changing the filename.

This is much-discussed in Microsoft forums and many are irate over this.

I found this article which describes a way to change settings to stop scan and fix from happening. These settings may be the reason that I am getting the scan and fix, and chewbacca is not.

http://www.windows7library.com/blog/performance/usb-quick-re...

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