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digitxp
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Auto-Ejection and System Tray Alternative.

First off, I had searched, here, Googol (whoops, I spelled it the right way),and SF.net. I found something, and I do have a U3 drive, but it looks unstable. I know John's working on an auto-eject launcher, but unfortunately, my dad is yelling at me for taking to long to unplug my flash drive now, not in the future. So I would like to request an auto-ejection script and a system tray alternative. The system tray alternative is because the library computers with WinSelect, and that disables the system tray. So I would need a system tray alternative that runs as an application on the taskbar. I know this is rather hard (I can hardly understand Java). Thanks in Advance (maybe in several years)

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RemoveDrive and SmithTechPortableMenu

Can't help you with the system tray issue, however my menu SmithTechPortableMenu has a "start button" option which places a "start button" near the window start button so it doesn't need the tray.
As for the eject script you can try RemoveDrive
If your using my menu, you can set RemoveDrive to run when the menu exits, use the {"Device Name" -L} command argument.
Hope this helps

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try this

Please search before posting. ~Thanks

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I know that,

but it doesn't work in Vista.

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