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How do you disable "Disk Eject" warning on Mac?

I simply want to know if it is possible to remove this warning, and if so-  How?

I do not care about the data on the disks that I manually eject.  Please do not tell me how this will corrupt directories, etc.  I am aware of the risks, and I am aware that this isn't ideal.
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Afraid not. Every operating system out there has this warning built in.
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Oh, I almost forgot. This warning can be disabled on Windows, but unlike on the Mac, it is also disabling the caching function when doing so. Again, if I could on OS X, without modifying the Core Services, I would.
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Thanks Vavatch, it's good to know that I'm not the only one who wants this.  I mean, I truly realize that it's not a good idea to disconnect your hard drives without unmounting, but I don't need to be nagged at every time I don't.  It's like having a wife reminding you to take out the garbage or something.  
Yeah, I have a wife as well as a few Macs and I am still trying to figure out how to disable her nagging functions as well. :)
I would test the suggestion Vavatch1 refers to in comment #34438950. To me it doesn't look that undermining to the Mac system, although I would make a bakcup copy of the original file (UserNotificationCenter.app) first and rename it into something like BackupOfThatAnnoying.app so you can put it back in case needed. On the location of the original app I would try/run the Terminal-command "touch UserNotificationCenter.app" to create a bogus app.

I suggest you test this for a while on a test system before using is on your main workstation and see what happens. Does it write a log entry when the disk-warning doesn't work? The worst case scenario I can think of is that you may need to reinstall Mac OS X (archive and install option), which should take less than an hour.

Personally I'm not that interested in using this, but it can be useful to do this on a server, provided the procedure is safe for Mac OS X. As for the wifes, I prefer to trade up when the wear and tear reaches the nagging stage and a software update doesn't help ;-)