Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: XP USB problems
Re: XP USB problems
From: c s <rb_dev_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 12:06:40 -0700 (PDT)
--- Brian Wolven <Brian.Wolven_at_verizon.net> wrote:
> c s wrote:
> > With XP and Win 2K I always get the "cannot be
> > stopped" message if any explorer window is open to
> > Archos disk or any folder on it. When I closed
> > explorer windows before stopping the device, XP
> and 2K
> > always would succede in stopping the device. This
> > different from Win 98 behavior which would let you
> > stop the device even if you had an explorer window
> > open to it.
> I've tried closing the explorer windows I used to
> access the device and it
> didn't seem to make any difference with 2K. Perhaps
> having *any* explorer
> window open is a problem. I don't remember if I've
> tried closing all of
> them or not.
I've never had to close *all* explorer windows to
successfully stop the device with XP, only those open
to the Archos disk, but sometimes if I tried to stop
shortly after writing to the disk, it would fail the
first time and then succeed on the second try.
I got rid of those problems now that I have set the
device properties to have the caching disabled. Now I
can just pull the USB plug without doing anything else
and I get no warnings, plus any open explorer windows
to the Archos disk simply disappear when it is
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Received on 2003-05-21