From: - Bobb - on

"JD" <No.Reply(a)> wrote in message
" Bob: Cant think of a way to un-eject a device without unplugging and
plugging in again, don't even think it's possible according to the
device information:"
> JD

That seems to be the right info, but as an aside: for media devices (
CD,DVD etc) you can go to comp mgmt console - go to removable storage -
Media - Libraries and right click INJECT, which will close the drawer.
That's worked for years and I don't know why they never incorporated that as
a windows explorer right-click - just EJECT. Obviously that wouldn't work
for a drive that's disconnected but same concept - you'd think someone there
would have run into this at least once.
Thanks folks.
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