I have a used both a built in and external multi-format USB card reader. These are the types that have multiple slots and can read Compact Flash, SD, MCC, etc. Windows complains if I just pull the card out without first diabling the device with that USB manager in the toolbar. But the problem is, I can’t just diable a single slot. I have to disable the whole device. But then it won’t read any additional cards until it’s re-enabled.
For my external reader, I have to unplug the reader and plug it back in for the computer to recognize it. For the built-in reader, I have to reboot the whole computer.
So is there a way to tell windows to shut down just Drive F: or whichever slot has the card in it rather than the whole USB device?