This would slowly install the drivers but add a second yellow unknown bang in device manager. Unfortunately, simply pointing to the INF directory didn't solve the problem. A short google and I stumbled across your blog. How do I do this? http://kelcours.com/generic-volume/generic-volume-cannot-be-stopped-right-now-vista.html
All was running fine when i unplugged my usb hub, mouse etc to take the laptop upstairs, once i wanted to plug it back in, nada, nothing was recognized. I just put the USB.INF file back, from an other PC, and 'Voila' is works!!! I dont believe anything is truly accessing the drive, I have had this issue with more than one drive using different windows systems. I have a clean Device Manager for the first time in years.
Try and find what process is holding the resource and either complete or close the process and you should be able to remove the USB hard disk without any problems. In windows 7, if I remove the device by pulling the plug (after changing to 'quick removal'), I will hear the error beep to indicate that it should not have been I understand System Restore (pressing F8 on startup) but how can you navigate this without a keyboard? The world would be a better place if more clueless users, constantly afflicted with trojans, viruses and spyware targeted at Windoze, converted to Ubuntu! 'nuff said.
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