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hide removable drives that are grey  with no media

Posted on 2014-04-08
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What am i doing wrong here? I need to not show the removable drives that have no media in them. I modified the registry and set the pictured value to 1
changed this value to 1
i killed the explorer.exe
i restarted the explorer.exe
still the same thing

i took in folder options and selected hide all empty folders
i also took the check mark out of general>show all folders

the removal drives still show.

Please help thanks!

Running windows 7
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Question by:bbimis
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Don Thomson earned 500 total points
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I would just go into the Disk Manager and take out the Drive letter.
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that worked. sometimes i overlook the obvious.
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