I went through the entire Support Forum and could find not help.
I have a Windows 10 desktop HP Envy i7 and a Windows 10 laptop Dell Inspirion 15 i5 that will not eject the PortableApps USB drive.
Inspection reveals that "eject.exe" file in %temp% folder is not being deleted (even when the USB_Eject_Cleanup.bat is executed in Admin)
Therefore, when I try to eject the USB PortableApps again I get the error popup:
Could not write to windows temp dir!
The program will now exit.
This problem is recent. I had installed the Inkscape Portable app and I always check out any app I add or recommend to churches. When I selected the Help ?, Manual, my McAfee webadvisor warned me and I backed out. I tried to uninstall the Inkscape Portable app with no success. I had to go to a previous PortableApp without Inkscape Portable to get my Portable Apps USB working again.
I have McAfee Multi Access Total Protection (PC) and Malwarebytes Premium version 4.0.4 on my PCs. I ran a scan with McAfee and Malwarebytes on everything including the files in the %temp% folder. I tried using the McAfee Shred on the "eject.exe" file and it would not delete it either.
I have tried the PowerShell Remove-Item to delete file, Disk Clean up to delete file, Windows File Explorer with Admin to delete file, and "Settings, System, Storage, Temporary files, Remove Files." I downloaded "procexp.exe" from docs.microsoft.com and could not find files open from USB drive letter".
By the way, OpenLP Portable uses direct addressing to the data need for operation. Thereby, I must use "diskmgmt.msc" to change the USB with the PortableApps including OpenLP to U: drive. Is it possible that part of the problem is caused by the "U:\PortableApps\PortableApps.com\App\Bin\USB_Disk_Eject.cfg" file settings that were set when PortableApps was first installed on the USB drive?
I'm desperate. I use the PortableApps and OpenLP to help small churches with Open Source free software in my community.
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