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Virus Scan for USB Safely Remove

Superior Device Management!

An advanced USB device manager that saves time, protects data, and extends the ways in which you can work with flash-drives, portable drives, card readers and other gadgets.

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What are people saying about USB Safely Remove

Daniel H I already own this application from previous and I like it. I bought it because my original XP Safely Remove option disappeared from XP SP3 after installing some Windows update and I was not able to recover it even from backup, moreover my PC crashed then randomly while removing USBs with BSOD.
The advantage is that there are a lot of translations provided so prog communicates with your mothers tongue, the usage is simple and GUI nice. Continuosly updated. So you do not get 2007 prog in 2009 as sometimes happen :) Worth its price, at least for me.
Jan 7 2009 at 8:42pm Copy Link
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J L ERROR - No Purchase URL specified!
Jan 10 2009 at 4:41pm Copy Link
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adrian williams As soon as the link works, I'm buying it.
Jan 10 2009 at 6:00pm Copy Link
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Sam Cal Just tried the free DL version. I'd buy the program right noe if the the link worked.

Although I have no issues with the standard Windows USB tray utils, this program offers some very nice options. For one thing, instantly see if any USB drives have AutoRun enabled - a very serious security threat. Change the drive letters very easily; mount the frive letter as a folder; and get a LOT of technical properies info for each USB device and copy to clipboard.
Jan 10 2009 at 6:40pm Copy Link
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G Booth I would also like to buy this software when the link is fixed
Jan 10 2009 at 8:01pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Hello,
Thank you for your interest in USB Safely Remove and I apologize for these inconveniences.

We will try to fix this problem ASAP with BitsDuJour, now you may purchase program with the link below:

https://www.plimus.com/js...onPrompt=N

Let me know if you have any further questions.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jan 10 2009 at 8:19pm Copy Link
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G Booth using the link above does not give a price of £12.00 as stated
Jan 10 2009 at 8:24pm Copy Link
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G Booth Sorry that previous post should have read $12.00 as stated
Jan 10 2009 at 8:25pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko My apologizes again. Now that was our fault - we have specified an incorrect discount in the coupon. Please try to use this link again:

https://www.plimus.com/js...onPrompt=N
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jan 10 2009 at 8:30pm Copy Link
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adrian williams Successfully purchased using the link from Igor - just awaiting the code to be emailed to me.
Jan 10 2009 at 10:37pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Igor, thanks so much for getting on top of this!

Folks, the buy link should be working fine now.

Many apologies for the Sunday morning inconvenience...

-roger
BitsDuJour Admin - Jan 11 2009 at 2:08am Copy Link
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Duane PDX I used to just HATE the way the built-in XP function worked and bought an earlier version of USB Safely Remove well over a year ago. It works so much better than Microsoft's lame version. I upgraded recently and like the new version even better. Great program and definitely worth the price.
Jan 11 2009 at 3:44am Copy Link
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Mitch K Thanks to BDJ for offering a great utility at a nice price. Finally, no more "pain" when managing USB devices. USB Safely Remove is definitely one of the utilities that I will never be without.
Jan 11 2009 at 6:03am Copy Link
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Kevin Andresen My problem was a combination floppy-drive/USB multi-card reader. After I was done reading a flash card, I'd use the XP icon to remove the card; fine. But I'd have to reboot to get the use of the card reader again. I just tried the download and not only did it work, it warned me that restarting the reader would restart some kind of USB printer driver. Scary, but it gave me a possible explanation for XP's default behavior. This was just part of the full explanations and options I was given. I'd call it generous hand-holding. I'm buying mine now.
Jan 11 2009 at 8:24am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Thanks a lot to everybody who showed an interest to USB Safely Remove! Also it's a pleasusure for us to see so kind responses about the program. If you have any inconveniences with the program or have a feature request or other kind of a feedback, welcome to our support form: http://safelyremove.com/support.htm or to the forum: http://safelyremove.com/forum/

Also I'd like to say thank you to Roger for such great service as BitsDuJour!
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jan 11 2009 at 5:26pm Copy Link
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adrian williams Wow, this came around a bit quick. It's a great piece of software, particularly if you've a multi card reader installed in your pc. I like the way you can hide usb devices and set icons. Highly recommended to those who missed it in January.
Feb 26 2009 at 1:04pm Copy Link
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Steven Domingue I agree with Adrian. This is a great product. Works well. I always hated the "Safely Remove" function before. Now it is a breeze.
Mar 1 2009 at 5:21am Copy Link
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Hendrik Rheeder I have been using various versions of USB Safely Remove since 2008. The latest version proved to be very stable and reliable even when using USB composite devices. A very handy dashboard tool! Hennie Rheeder, 2 march 2009.
Mar 1 2009 at 6:30pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Thank you very much to everybody who show an interest in USB Safely Remove!

Jo Jo: I'm sorry for this incident, it's strangely because the coupon code is still valid now and will have been valid until the end of March 6th.

Please try again using Bitsdujour's BuyNow link or using this link:
https://www.plimus.com/js...NOTHER_ONE
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Mar 5 2009 at 7:58pm Copy Link
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Michael Mortimer Does a single purchase allow me to install it on the four computers I am running, or do I have to buy 4 separate licenses?

I ask because I tire of spending thousands of dollars each year for separate licenses of some great programs I own.

So I no longer buy programs that allow install on one computer.

Thanks.
May 31 2009 at 6:47pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Hello Michael,

Yes, one license allows you personal usage of the program on any number of computers, moreover this license will allow you to upgrade for the program lifetime. You can read more about license benefits here: http://safelyremove.com/order.htm
Crystal Rich, Ltd - May 31 2009 at 9:40pm Copy Link
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Peter pereh This really is a neat and helpful application.
Maybe you can add an icon of a standard eBook reader, so I can distinguish between my reader and the PDA?
Jun 1 2009 at 5:36am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Hello Peter,

Thank you for the kind words!

We will consider adding some new icons and maybe icon of eReaders as well, however currently you can search in Google images for eReader icon and upload it to the program by yourself. It's easy, just go to device properties in the program, click "Change" button and then click "Load Custom Image" button at the bottom of the window with icons. You can upload an image of any size, the program will resize it automatically.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jun 1 2009 at 8:40am Copy Link
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Tom Colvin I bought this the last time it was offered by Bits du Jour. I find it an extremely helpful little program -- use it almost daily. I also like the license -- very fair, in my view.
Jun 1 2009 at 2:12pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Hello Tom,

Thank you for the kind words! We are happy to know that our users are satisfied :)
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jun 1 2009 at 3:55pm Copy Link
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Michael Mortimer Thanks Igor. I downloaded and installed the program.

It has so many additional options and features compared to the limited Windows XP program.

I like being able to name the drives so I don't have to remember which drive is which when plugged in. At any one time I might have five or so USB devices connected, such as thumb drives, external hard disks, printer, etc.

Also, the unmounting is easy to do. And more efficient.

Made the purchase, just in time since the Bits special ends in about 45 minutes.
Jun 1 2009 at 4:15pm Copy Link
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Mike G Hah, nabbed this deal with one minute left to go!
Jun 1 2009 at 5:05pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Thank you to everybody who takes a party in this deal! Have a nice work with USB Safely Remove!
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jun 1 2009 at 5:36pm Copy Link
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B Barnabe Just to be clear, will purchasing USB Safely Remove here also entitle the buyer to lifetime free upgrades as it does with direct purchases through the developer?
Nov 29 2009 at 4:35pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Yes, the license condition will stay the same so the buyer from BDJ will be entitled to lifetime free upgrades as well.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 29 2009 at 5:40pm Copy Link
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w wood When I download and try to run this product, I get a message saying the file is corrupted.
Nov 29 2009 at 5:52pm Copy Link
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R S Hello, what about Windows7 and Vista compatibility? (Also, 64 bit?)
Nov 29 2009 at 10:17pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Probably that was temporarily problems. Please clear your browser cache (http://www.wikihow.com/Cl...%27s-Cache) and try to download the program again.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 29 2009 at 10:58pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Yes, the program was tested and fully compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 both 32 and 64 bit.

Also it's compatible with Windows 2000 and 2003.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 30 2009 at 12:30am Copy Link
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K H I was lucky enough to get a free license for version 4.1.5.806 and for the most part I like this little treasure very much. A very nice improvement over Window's version. I now know exactly which drive I'm trying to remove and even when I use the same slot for different flash drives, USB Safely Remove recognizes it and gives the correct name.

There is one thing I would love to see change. I dislike having an Explorer window pop up every time I plug in a device. I haven't been able to find a way to turn it off - or to change the view or the position of the window so that it corresponds to the view and position that, on my system, is the normal one for Explorer. I did try entering an alternative file manager (Xplorer2) but that option doesn't seem to work. Any chance for future changes to the current behavior?
Dec 1 2009 at 2:49am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko K H, does this problem hapen when you uninstall USB Safely Remove?
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Dec 1 2009 at 7:20am Copy Link
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K H I am not sure what you are asking. I have never uninstalled it. If I uninstalled, it wouldn't be there so it wouldn't happen.

BEFORE I installed USB Safely Remove there was only the Windows box that popped up to allow me to choose which USB to remove. Windows Explorer never appeared unless I opened it myself and, when I did, it showed up in folder view - just the way I like it - and on my second screen - just where I want it.

I haven't thought of this as a "problem" with your nice software, just the normal behavior of the program. I was only saying that I would prefer Explorer not open at all and if it absolutely MUST, then open it in my preferred view - so I don't have to reset it again and again and again.
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Igor Tkachenko The program by default doesn't display Explorer on external drive connection. However it's possible to setup this action in the program so probably you checked it on accidentally. Go to the program options, switch to global autorun tab and disable (or remove) Exporer process from the list of processes to launch after device connection.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Dec 2 2009 at 8:41am Copy Link
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K H Nothing was ever listed in the processes to launch list. Also, I no longer have access to the program at all. AVAST had it for breakfast this morning. I have reported it as a false positive but I'm still without the application and reinstalling will not help until they fix the issue.
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Rick Truell K H: The Explorer window that pops up when you insert a device has nothing to do with USB Safely Remove. Somewhere along the way you responded to Windows' Autorun feature in a way that causes this to happen. I have the same problem with one...and *only one*...of my external USB devices (of which I currently have 8), and it started *before* I installed USB Safely Remove. I wish I knew what I did to cause this to happen, but I'm willing to bet good money (and lots of it!!) that it'll take reinstalling Windows to "fix" it :-(
Dec 3 2009 at 5:19am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko K H, Rick True: If you are using Windows Vista or 7, you can disable this Windows behavior with this way: open Control Panel, type "autorun" in the search bar, open Autorun applet (big green link "Autorun") here you will see the list of action for different kind of contents. Either disable autorun at all by the option in the top of the Window or check what you have assigned to autorun for different types of content and uncheck running Explorer.

If you are using Win XP I'd recommend you using TweakUI for disabling autorun and this article: http://ask-leo.com/how_do...ws_xp.html

Hope this helps.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Dec 3 2009 at 6:50am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko K H: Regarding your Avast yesterday breakfast. This is really a false alarm and we will notify Avast about it ASAP. Hop they fix this quickly as usually.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Dec 3 2009 at 11:19pm Copy Link
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K H I never doubted for a moment that AVAST was giving a false positive AND Thanks for your help.
Dec 4 2009 at 9:52am Copy Link
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B Barnabe Just to let the developer know, it's not just AVAST that finds a problem with the USBSafelyRemove.exe file - COMODO Internet Security suite also has issues with it. I had to add it to an exception list to avoid getting the file quarantined. Hope that this is indeed a false positive... Otherwise, great program so far.
Dec 6 2009 at 4:44pm Copy Link
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Patrick J. Hi Igor, thanks for this offer, just ordered it.

Regards from Germany,
Patrick
Dec 6 2009 at 8:25pm Copy Link
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Jari Karjalainen It needs administrator privileges, so it is useless for me. Otherwise I liked it a lot.
Dec 6 2009 at 9:22pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko B Barnabe Says
COMODO Internet Security suite also has issues with it
Thanks for the note! We have already notified Comodo about this problem and I hope they will fix this issue ASAP.

Patrick J. Says:
Hi Igor, thanks for this offer, just ordered it.
Hi Patrick! Thank you too for the order!

Jari Karjalainen Says:
It needs administrator privileges, so it is useless for me. Otherwise I liked it a lot.
Jari, needs administrator privileges only when you install the program. For daily work administrative privileges are not required.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Dec 6 2009 at 11:35pm Copy Link
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Jari Karjalainen Well, here it does not start at all unless I start it with "Run as administrator".

This is with standard user account on Windows 7, 64-bit.
Dec 6 2009 at 11:50pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Jari, we will check this issue in Windows 7 and try to fix in the next version.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Dec 7 2009 at 2:33am Copy Link
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Greg Brown No problems here - running Windows 7, 64 bit. Going to be picking this little beauty up...
Dec 7 2009 at 2:50am Copy Link
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Jari Karjalainen Greg, do you use standard user account?
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Todd F Drats! It figures that this would come up here only a few weeks after I paid full price for it! Still worth the $20 I paid for it thought. After using the 4.2 free version I was hooked. I've got 6 different PCs I'm using it on. Works well with my WIn7 64bit, Vista Home 32bit and WinXP 32 bit systems.
Dec 7 2009 at 10:09am Copy Link
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Dexter User I really, really want this program and want it to work but the program doesn't not recognize my WD portable USB drives (500GB and below) nor the WD external USB 1GB drive. They are all just listed as "USB Composit Device" and are hidden.

The one exception is a brand new WD portable USB drive that is 750GB. It is recognized correctly.

This behavior is the same on both 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows 7.

I would really like for this to work!:-) If you need any other information just let me know.
Dec 7 2009 at 10:58am Copy Link
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Dylan Connors Used the free offering from this past summer and I really like this program. This is one of the best discounts I have seen for this program and I purchased it this AM. Good product, updated often and no problems.

I am still not too sure how it works with esata which I am very interested in using. Seems that external hd has to be started with the initial boot and esata doesn't disconnect as simply as usb. I am fairly new at esata and hope usb sr can help.
Dec 7 2009 at 1:29pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Crystal Rich, Ltd has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 7 2009 at 4:00pm Copy Link
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John Sutherland Great program, works perfectly for me under Windows 7 - 64 Bit. Has a lot of extra features (for example, correcting drive letter assignment on the fly) that make it indispensable.
Dec 7 2009 at 4:12pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko -*- Dexter B Says:
-*-I really, really want this program and want it to work but the program doesn't not recognize my WD portable USB drives (500GB and below) nor the WD external USB 1GB drive. They are all just listed as "USB Composit Device" and are hidden.
Dexter, for the first try disabling "Display surprise removal devices" option. This might help in your case however you will not see such devices as mouse, printer and etc.

In the next versions we will try to make correct behavior for your hard drive.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Dec 8 2009 at 1:56am Copy Link
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Greg Brown Jari: no, administrator. My comment was sort of a general "works with Windows 7 64-bit" comment in case anyone was wondering. Wasn't till later that I realized it might've been taken in the context of your discussion - sorry for the confusion.
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H. H. I bought usb safely remove at the last bitsdujour offer, and I've to say, it is a really useful piece of software. It makes handling of usb- devices easier - and much faster, especially when one want to disconnect them - a"must have utility". The reasonable price, user friendly license (at the last offer one-user license, life-time updates) are a beating argument for buying. I really can reccomend usb safely remove.
with kind regards
H.H.
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Van Swofford I agree with H.H.  I bought USB Safely Remove a while back and it works as advertised.  Very nice.

Van
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Tom Colvin I bought this from Bits du Jour over a year ago.  It has become one of the most-used utilities on my PC, as I'm always jugging various USB flash drives and peripherals.  For me, it's indispensible.

I do wonder tho, is it important to upgrade to the new version?  I've been perfectly happy with my current version 4.0.9.
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Guy Good to http://www.bitsdujour.com...tomcolvin/ (Superstar) The upgrade is free as far I know. This is the release notes: http://safelyremove.com/b...move-4-3-2 They are coming out with a new product currently in beta testing called Zentimo and that probably a free upgrade. It has even more features. If interested, you can download the beta and give it a try. http://zentimo.com/
Jun 6 2010 at 4:25pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko to H. H., ../../../../profiles/jvs%40tybeejet.com/ : Guys many thanks for your nice words. It's a real pleasure for us to know our clients get benefits from using USB Safely Remove and they like it. to ../../../../profiles/tomcolvin/ : Tom, thank you too for your kind words! Updates to all further versions of USB Safely Remove are free. to ../../../../profiles/GoodGuy98/ ../../../../profiles/GoodGuy98/ : http://zentimo.com is another product we are developing right now therefore upgrade to it is not free, however we will provide a significant discount for the purchse for registered users of USB Safely Remove.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jun 6 2010 at 7:46pm Copy Link
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Stephane M I am planning to buy a license of USB Safetly Remove but do you have an idea of when the final version of Zentimo will come out?

Also, any idea of the price of Zentimo? Would it be around the same price as USB Safetly Remove?

Thanks.
Jun 8 2010 at 5:10pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko >Also, any idea of the price of Zentimo? Would it be around the same price as USB Safetly Remove?
Well, actually this question doesn't fit this topic, but I'll answer anyway. We are planning to release a Zentimo in a month approximately. The price for it would be higher (about $30), but for already registered users of USB Safely Remove we will provide significant discounts.

Actually Zentimo is not a replacement for 'USB Safely Remove', it's just a program with more features... but a bit more complex. So some people will choose USB Safely Remove (as they don't need extra features or they like simplicity) and some prefer more powerful edition Zentimo. So you can decide right now what to do: to purchase USB Safely Remove with a significant discount (and then to upgrade to Zentimo with discount as well) or skip today's offer and wait for Zentimo final.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jun 8 2010 at 10:36pm Copy Link
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Jeff Carbello I looked on the feature list but could not determine this.

Do any of these tools either this one or the newer Zentimo allow to suppress auto-start on removable media from specific drives?  So maybe for a portable DVD its okay but not for a usb flash drive.  This strategy would be used to prevent auto-run viruses/trojans that sometimes infect flash media.  My wife picked one up from a Walmart photo machine on our camera flash card.  Her anti-virus did not pick it up, but mine did.  But this could be avoided all together by preventing the auto-run, something which a tool like this would be a good fit for.
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Stephane M Thank you Igor for all the details about Zentimo vs USB Safely Remove.

I will give Zentimo a try but for now I will buy a license of USB Safely Remove anyway.
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Igor Tkachenko To ../../../../profiles/jfcarbel/ : Jeff, feature you are mentioned will be included into Zentimo, not in USB Safely Remove as we wouldn't like to overload it with extra features. To ../../../../profiles/itechlang/ : You are welcome!
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jun 9 2010 at 8:11am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko To ../../../../profiles/jfcarbel/ : Wish to add some more details to my previous post. We are planning to add blocking Windows autorun feature into Zentimo, but now there is no such a feature neither in Zentimo nor in USB Safely Remove.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jun 9 2010 at 8:16am Copy Link
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Jeff Carbello >> We are planning to add blocking Windows autorun feature into Zentimo Good to know, I am hoping you will allow this to be flexibly configured per drive, per device type, etc so there is some control versus a block all.  For example I may want to block autorun on all flash media but not on my optical drives.
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J Ex Tried to download.  File was corrupt. 
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Igor Tkachenko For now downloaded installer is ok and can be launched.  So it's seems it was a kind of a temporarily problem on our side or with your connection. In order to download the file properly please clear your browser's file cache: http://www.wikihow.com/Cl...%27s-Cache and then try to download the program again: http://safelyremove.com/download.htm .

As soon as you were not able to use the offer due to this problem you can ask us directly at supportsafelyremove.com for 40% discount until the end of this week.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jun 9 2010 at 5:21pm Copy Link
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Albert C. Hello. I see that the Zentimo offer of July 2010 has been withdrawn. Could you explain why?

Thanks! ^_^
Jul 30 2010 at 9:10am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Albert Unfortunately we've had to cancel the Zentimo promotion due to some pricing confusion and technical issues on the eCommerce end.   We're working hard to find a new promo date, hopefully something will fall into place soon. Apologies! -r
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 30 2010 at 12:40pm Copy Link
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Husker Tech Okay, for several days now Bitsdujour has said a deal is "Coming Soon" for USB Safely Remove. Does anyone know how soon? Thanks.
Dec 30 2010 at 6:17pm Copy Link
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SoftCollector Great software, cannot recommend it enough. Bought it back when it was sold with a lifetime upgrade.
Aug 14 2011 at 1:22pm Copy Link
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Joris Yes, a license for lifetime upgrades would be great.
Aug 14 2011 at 2:50pm Copy Link
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Mike B USB Safely Remove is still available with a Lifetime license (at additional cost). However, I don't know if that option will be available on the BDJ offer.
Aug 14 2011 at 3:15pm Copy Link
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Roberto i bought lifetime too some time ago. now i think this company developed a "big brother" of USB safely remove, with more features and with a paid 1 year updates license.

for me, USB safely remove is a good tool, it does the job (never had problems with usb memories, but i feel safe with this app).
Aug 14 2011 at 4:18pm Copy Link
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Lupke Brother @ Mike B
Yes it is, I contacted the vendor about this. Lifetime license will be available in this offer.
Aug 15 2011 at 9:25am Copy Link
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Pedro Laurent Nice to see the program back with a new update, I have switch to Zentimo which has more features. Crystal Rich support are responsive and took care of a interface issue which only affected my laptop resolution 1400 x 1050 and was fixed on the next update. I am a happy user that can't lived without this application so much that I will like to suggest if a portable version can be release for people on the go.
Aug 15 2011 at 8:01pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko To Pedro: Yes, we have a portable version in our top priority list.

To all others: Yes, this offer includes lifetime licenses as well at the same discount. Just click big green "Buy Now" button (will be available at the promo time), and in the opened list choose "Buy Personal License (One Person/Multiple Computers, Lifetime Upgrades)" link.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Aug 16 2011 at 2:31pm Copy Link
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Todd F I bought USB Safely Remove when it was first offered on here and I bought Zentimo later when they offered a great discount for "upgrading" from USB Safely Remove.

However, I use USR on the computers I don't need the extended features that are included in Zentimo so I continue to use both of these products daily especially since I run a lot of applications from a USB drive.
Aug 16 2011 at 9:27pm Copy Link
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Mustang I renewed my license back in June for another year. Is there an option to upgrade this license to a lifetime?
Aug 17 2011 at 8:48am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Ken B:
Feel free to write us from the support form http://safelyremove.com/support.htm, with the details of your license keys. If you purchased the license recently (a couple of months ago) we can give you even more discount.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Aug 17 2011 at 10:18am Copy Link
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BENNET User Very nice application for removing USB devices safely.

More good things are,
1. The program is being actively developed, and the author (Igor) is very active in responding & fixing the bugs. I have seen the bugs corrected on the same day of reporting.
2. The author really listens to what customers wants.
3. Very friendly user forum to discuss & report bugs.
and much more..

I am neither working for CrystalRich nor promoting it, but I am just an happy user of "USB safely Remove" and "Zentimo" (another product from this vendor). I own a lifetime license key of both wonderful softwares.

P.S. Zentimo is again now being offered with "lifetime licensing" system, which was withdrawn earlier last year. Thanks Igor for listening to us for bringing back "zentimo" with lifetime licensing model.

Anyone who doesn't try any of these CrystalRich's product, please give it a try. I am sure you will love it at the very first moment.
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Igor Tkachenko Hi Bennet,
Thanks for the nice comment! I'm very glad to see here a satisfied customer :)
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Feb 7 2012 at 9:08pm Copy Link
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Ivan Balko I am happy with free version 4.7 from GAOTD.
Feb 8 2012 at 2:27pm Copy Link
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S B USB Safely Remove seems to have the important core functionality of it bigger Crystal Rich-family brother, Zentimo.

I can't directly speak to USB SR, but Crystal Rich is helpful and professional, and Zentimo is a *great* and extremely useful product (I use its core USB SR functions daily) and it continues to improve.

This BDJ offer is for the just-released version 5 of USB SR with some not-too-obvious, but substantial improvements in UI and unloading.

If you mount and dismount USB devices--or transfer data with USB drives, USB SR should be at least a major help and convenience.
Feb 8 2012 at 3:49pm Copy Link
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Richard Paris Hi. A couple of questions. 1) where can i find a feature comparison available between USB Safely Remove & Zentimo? 2) Is there an option for lifetime upgrades on this offer? Thanks very much.
Feb 10 2012 at 12:10am Copy Link
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Mike B @Richard:

1) There's a comparison chart here: http://zentimo.com/zentimovsusbsr.htm

2) Clicking on the "Buy Now" button shows that a lifetime license is one of the options in today's deal.
Feb 10 2012 at 12:29am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Folks, today's promotion is for USB Safely Remove. The comparison charts have been posted. Any future 'I want Zentimo instead' comments or the like will be promptly deleted.
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 10 2012 at 7:41am Copy Link
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Vanessa N hello,

If we've previously purchased USB safely remove ('09) from Bits, was there a lifetime upgrade option with that one as well, or do I need to purchase this offer in order to upgrade to the new version?

Best,
Vanessa
Feb 10 2012 at 8:11am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko To Vanessa N:
It's better to purchase today from Bits, because today's deal is even better than the discount we offer for this kind of upgrade.

But before you purchase check your license type, perhaps it's already with lifetime upgrades one. To do it just restore your license key from our web-site: http://safelyremove.com/r...LicKey.htm and read there in the email subject what license kind you have.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Feb 10 2012 at 10:13am Copy Link
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Vanessa N Thanks so much for the reply! It turns out I do!

Thanks again, your product has been so useful over the year~

Best,
Vanessa
Feb 10 2012 at 10:19am Copy Link
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James Kenney I already own a 3year licence for Zentimo, or I would be all on this.
Get it while you can!
This is WAY better than windows safely remove!
Feb 10 2012 at 2:14pm Copy Link
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JesusInsideMe Hi, pls. tell us 2 responses, 1)which is better'' USB Safely Remove'' or ''Zentimo''? (they are too similar), 2) Which the differences are?, tks, God bless u, bye.
Jul 1 2012 at 3:49am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Hello Jesus,
Please find the differences here: http://zentimo.com/zentimovsusbsr.htm
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jul 1 2012 at 5:43am Copy Link
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Kenneth User This is for a year's license?
Jul 2 2012 at 5:02am Copy Link
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BENNET User Hi Bloodlust,
Yes it is a yearly license. But at the time of the deal you will get additional options to buy a lifetime license. Igor could clarify you more on this.
Jul 2 2012 at 11:36am Copy Link
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Rick Truell Jesus: Technically, Zentimo is better because it has more features. I've had USR for a while now and it's one of the first things that gets installed when I redo a computer. For me, most of Zentimo's additional features are of little interest. Although, the ability to easily get rid of the damned Windows autorun/autoplay may alone be worth the $30 upgrade price :-)
Jul 2 2012 at 8:48pm Copy Link
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Stan I use USR since 2007 and switched to Zentimo in 2010. Both are very useful tools for me.
Jul 3 2012 at 12:12am Copy Link
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Jon Spain Why is VAT being added to the gross (initial) price instead of to the discounted price? That's just not right!
Jul 3 2012 at 12:27am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Jon Spain. Could you please send us a snapshot of this happening at http://www.bitsdujour.com/contact
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 3 2012 at 1:37am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Bennet, Rick, Stan: Thanks for the explanations and for the nice words!

@Jon: Of course this is not normal, the VAT should be added to the discounted price. Could you also send us the screenshot of the displayed priceses with incorrectly added VAT to support@safelyremove.com, please?
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Jul 3 2012 at 3:22am Copy Link
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VLM Igor, thank you for the comparison chart, MOST helpful. I really appreciate the TrueCrypt integration in Zentimo! And of course turning off Windows autorun, and easily creating one's own autorun, is a great help at times.
Jul 3 2012 at 4:45am Copy Link
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Jon Spain OK, I got it entirely wrong for which I apologise (and I'm an actuary!). What stupidly threw me is that the discounted price is shown NEXT to the full price with the discount shown underneath. Had I looked at it less hastily, I would have realised what was happening and kept my fingers to themselves; apologies to all.

Jon
Jul 3 2012 at 5:41am Copy Link
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Corno Jacobsen I am very content with USBSR, no less than with Zentimo, even though the latter has more features. Highly recommended.
Jul 3 2012 at 7:04am Copy Link
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Sir Gyush Just a quick word: I got USR some time ago from, oooh, that would be GAOTD, I think. Anyway, it was a one-shot only, no update/upgrade rights. Liked it a lot, so gave my copy away to my wife and bought Zentimo for myself. With a nice discount, too.
Now that USR got a whole new version, I decided to pay for it. My lady does not need Zentimo, and YOU guys deserve the money for a great little piece of software. Thanks a ton!
Jul 3 2012 at 11:11am Copy Link
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Michael R.

I'm using USBSafelyRemove (currently v5.1.3.1186) on my win7/x64 system since some time and am quite happy with it.


Especially I appreciate the feature to define some drive-letters for not being used for devices like an usb-stick, so I don't have problems with a currently not used truecrypt-partition, which is supposed to receive a certain drive-letter, in that, that this letter is not assigned to a plugged-in usb-stick.

Also I appreciate the autorun-feature, which allows me to start a (self-written) predefined program, which I created this way, that it looks for a certain file on my new device, and evaluates this to decide what to do next...

But unfortunately these two features quite often do not work correctly together:
As it seems the autorun is called before a drive-letter-reassignment took place, i.e. it behaves (often) like this:
1) the OS decides a new plugged in usb-device gets drive letter f:
2) USBSafelyRemove calls my autorun-programand, which gets drive-letter f: from USBSafelyRemove as a parameter drive.
3) USBSafelyRemove looks on the drive-letter black-list and reassigns f: to g:
So unfortunately my autorun-program expects the new device on f:, but it isn't there anymore.
As it seems this problem does not occur any more, if the usb-stick is removed and entered right again. Perhaps the system or USBSafelyRemove remembers the usb-stick and the last drive-letter it got...
But doing this some time later, perhaps after having used the usb-port with another stick, the same problem reoccurs.
So I suppose the bug-fixing might be quite easy in just calling the autorun-program after the reassignment took place...

Some minor bugs also take place:
- It sometimes occurs that a drive is assigned to a drive-letter, which is already used via a SUBST-command.
- In the f:/g:-example above, it occurs that the OS creates TWO dialog-windows about what to do with the new device, e.g. open directory... One for (the no more existing) drive f: and one for g:. Of course it should do this only for g:
Is there a way to avoid these dialogs at all?
Or even better would be, if it could be switched off and the autorun-program could call this dialog itself. Is there a way for a program to do this?

Thanks a lot...
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Kenneth User Is this compatible with Windows 8 yet??
Nov 26 2012 at 7:45am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Michael R:
- "in just calling the autorun-program after the reassignment took place..."
Yes, there is an incorrect behavior of the program in this case. We will fix it in the closest versions.

- "It sometimes occurs that a drive is assigned to a drive-letter, which is already used via a SUBST-command"
This shouldn't occur normally, but we will check this and fix if it really happens.

- "if it could be switched off and the autorun-program could call this dialog itself"
We will try to see if we can do something with it.

@Blood lust: Yes, we have recently tested the program on Windows 8 and it's working fine.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 26 2012 at 10:37pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Thanks a lot for your responisvness and I'm looking forward for the next version...
Nov 27 2012 at 12:35am Copy Link
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Brian W What is the difference between Zentimo and USB Safely Remove?
Both are by Crystal Rich, Ltd.
Nov 27 2012 at 2:56am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Brian W: Brian, please find the differences here: http://zentimo.com/zentimovsusbsr.htm
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 27 2012 at 3:24am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Brian, probably yes. Try subscribing on this page: http://www.bitsdujour.com...re/zentimo for the notification on the deal
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 27 2012 at 3:29am Copy Link
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Svein Eriksen Hi, is there a problem with the payment processor? I just bought the $11.94 deal, using Paypal, and the page comes up blank on the confirmation page of payproglobal.com.
Nov 27 2012 at 5:47am Copy Link
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Paul Mrozinsky With this depth of involvement in USB devices, please consider adding security for USB memory sticks and USB portable hard drives. When you hear an announcement over an airport PA system of a USB memory stick left at the security screening station; the reality of lost USB devices with sensitive data on them wakes you up.
Nov 27 2012 at 5:50am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Svein Eriksen: Thanks for the report! It might be also PayPal problems or even an issue of your Internet provider\firewall. Anyway we will monitor the order pages and other user reports. So if anyone have the similar issues feel free to report here or to our support: http://safelyremove.com/support.htm

BTW I see that we successfully received your payment and sent you the license.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 27 2012 at 6:40am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Paul Mrozinsky: Thanks for the suggestion! We will consider either adding these features to our current apps or creating a new one.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 27 2012 at 6:41am Copy Link
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Paul Mrozinsky MY download of Safely Remove post this error: "The setup files are corrupted. Please obtain a new copy of the program.". I downloaded the trial copy again and it failed as well. I purchased the license and have not received a confirmation.
Nov 27 2012 at 9:54am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Paul, it seems you had connection problems while downloading first time and the broken file was cached by your browser. Try to clear the cache of your browser and then download the program once again. Read more how to clear the cache here: http://www.wikihow.com/Cl...%27s-Cache

Regarding your license: Please see 'spam' folder of your mail-server, it may got there. The license key was sent from support@safelyremove.com email address.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 27 2012 at 10:00am Copy Link
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Brian W For me, the ideal would be a portable program that could be installed on each USB stick and then when I get the occasional problem removing the stick, I run the program to determine which files are in use...
Nov 27 2012 at 2:46pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Brian: Thanks for the suggestion, we will consider it.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Nov 27 2012 at 10:40pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Hi Dave,
See my response below.

>>Can the latest version be installed 'on top of' this, or should the older version be uninstalled beforehand?
You can install the new version over the old version, it will be upgraded automatically.

>>Also, the terms of the offer and 'The Fine Print' are somewhat confusing, viz:
Yes, The Fine Print on BitsDuJour contained this confusing term and I just removed it. All licenses that we sell from BitsDuJour are per user which means that purchasing one license you can install the program on to each of your computers. Thanks for your note on this!

>>Trawling the 'net for data on this hasn't helped - the general opinion (which I admit to sharing now) is that 'Crystal Rich'
I'm sorry, but I'm not sure that I correctly understood your question in this paragraph. If you actually had a question here feel free to ask it.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - May 16 2013 at 7:27am Copy Link
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Mike B I purchased USB Safely Remove a long time ago with a lifetime license and like the software very much. It performs the function that I bought it for perfectly, and the upgrades over time have not only kept the software running on new versions of Windows, but has added some nice new features.

I've never had a problem with installing the software on a new machine or with obtaining and registering an upgrade.
May 17 2013 at 12:17am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Mike,
Thanks for your nice words!
Crystal Rich, Ltd - May 17 2013 at 1:45am Copy Link
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Gilbert Olbregts when can we expect this deal.
I just crashed my usb stick
May 17 2013 at 2:04am Copy Link
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Pim Joosten I am a very satisfied user of USB Safely Remove for many years now and I can highly recommend this "gem"!
May 18 2013 at 12:19am Copy Link
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SFuji I assume this software is installed on the computer and is not a portable software.
May 18 2013 at 12:22am Copy Link
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Gilbert Olbregts Could someone explain the difference between USB safely remove and the build in Windows safe removal tool ?

Regards,
May 18 2013 at 12:51am Copy Link
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Leo Davidson @Beltane Day:

I find it inappropriate that you have Nazi symbol as your avatar.

That worries me more than anyone wanting my phone number (which is often required by payment processors, not software vendors themselves).
May 18 2013 at 2:24am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Pim,
Many thanks!

@Gilbert Olbregts:
The deal is started today. You can find the list of the program features here: http://safelyremove.com/f...esList.htm , all of them are not present in the native Windows safe removal tool.

@Stanley Fujimura
>>I assume this software is installed on the computer and is not a portable software.
You are correct, USB Safely Remove can only be used as the installed application.

@Beltane Day
>>Why are my address and phone number required before I can buy the program?
This is a standard requirement of all payment processing companies (we use FastSpring as our payment registrar). It's done in order to reduce or avoid frauds, no one will send you spam to your address. I've purchased lots of software by myself but I've never meet a company that do not require entering these data.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - May 18 2013 at 3:12am Copy Link
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Gilbert Olbregts @ Igor Tkachenko,


Thank you for your help and advice.

Regards
May 18 2013 at 3:15am Copy Link
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Terry Lee Really usefull porggy!
It must be any user who use external USB devices!
I can recommend this to all!
Here is more description:
http://safelyremove.com/f...esList.htm
;)
May 18 2013 at 3:36am Copy Link
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DrTeeth I hope BdJ deal with the Swastika as effectively as they do to supposed racist posts!
May 18 2013 at 4:38am Copy Link
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CJCotter I'm in no way connected to Crystal Rich, but I just want to encourage your customers that they should stop by your web site and buy Zentimo. The program being offered today on BitsDuJour is just it's poor, unfortunate, sister. Zentimo is a much better version of USB Safely Remove, offering a greater variety of options, and has the ability to disconnect more things than just USB drives. One feature that I like about Zentimo is that I can disconnect my external SATA storage drive without having to shut down my computer.
May 18 2013 at 6:36am Copy Link
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George Butel I bought USB Safely Remove on 1/19/13, which came with a year's worth of upgrades. Can I buy a license today and hold it until next year, and then get another year's worth that way? The gui has an option to enter a new license, but I obviously don't want the extra year to begin until the end of this one. Or do you automatically give a good price at the time for extensions?
May 18 2013 at 7:03am Copy Link
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Pim Joosten @ Christopher Cotter: It is also possible to use USB Safely Remove to remove an external SATA drive.

For a good comparison between USB Safely Remove and Zentimo see http://zentimo.com/zentimovsusbsr.htm For my purposes USB Safely Remove is sufficient, but it of course depends on one's personal needs.
May 18 2013 at 7:14am Copy Link
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CJCotter @ Pim Joosten: I bought USB Safely Remove in August 2011. At that time, it was very limited in function, and would only disconnect USB drives. Obviously, Crystal Rich has expanded and improved it since then. Thank you for this new information!
May 18 2013 at 7:29am Copy Link
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DrTeeth I am a Zentimo user and the developer is supportive and responsive.
May 18 2013 at 8:03am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Christopher Cotter
>> The program being offered today on BitsDuJour is just it's poor, unfortunate, sister. Zentimo is a much better version of USB Safely Remove, offering a greater variety of options, and has the ability to disconnect more things than just USB drives.
I'd like to clarify here some things. USB Safely Remove in no way is a poor sister of Zentimo. Zentimo includes more features than USB Safely Remove but in terms of quality of safe removal they are identical. As was mentioned by Pim Joosten the differences are here: http://zentimo.com/zentimovsusbsr.htm

@George Butel
>> Can I buy a license today and hold it until next year, and then get another year's worth that way?
Unfortunately no, at the moment if you purchase additional one year license the new license will start from today, not from the end of the previous license. And we do not prolong for discounted price, however we have promotions from time to time. So you should either wait until your current license ends and new version will come or you can purchase the license with lifetime upgrades from today's promo.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - May 18 2013 at 12:52pm Copy Link
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CJCotter @ Igor Tkachenko Yes, you are correct. Did you see my follow up comment to Pim Joosten? It offers a correction to what I said and explains why I said it. Thank you much!
May 18 2013 at 1:03pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Obviously we take great offense to the use of Nazi imagery on BDJ. We deleted the offending post as soon as we were made aware. The user's account has been locked and he has been invited to take his business elsewhere.
BitsDuJour Admin - May 18 2013 at 1:19pm Copy Link
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SamT @Roger
Well Done!!!

@Igor
Please could you send me a special Purchase link that is not related to FastSpring?
Last time I tried to buy from them I encountered a lot of trouble because they canceled the purchase because of my IP.
Their program thinks it is a proxy IP, which it is not, but I have to wait up to 30 days to get my money refunded from Paypal.
So if it goes wrong with this purchase also, I will have a lot of debt on my credit card this month, which I have to pay in advance.
I could get a special link from the other Company too.

It would be very kind and I do not want to miss this opportunity to get the Lifetime License.
Thanks in advance, Sam
May 18 2013 at 4:28pm Copy Link
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Danny So this is actually Zentimo?
May 18 2013 at 10:55pm Copy Link
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SamT As there came no answer on time I tried to purchase with FastSpring and unfortunately made the same bad experience as I described before.
My order got canceled, my money was withdrawn from my credit card and will be refunded in up to 30 days.
I also lost the withdrawal and deposit fees at my bank which are about $4.- for nothing.
So if I could at least get another purchase option with the same discount conditions for the Personal Lifetime License?
Because I can not take advantage of this offer in time with Fastspring. You also can clarify this with them, they have my email and name and the canceled purchase number.
May 18 2013 at 11:51pm Copy Link
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Bennet Immanuel I own lifetime licenses for both Safely remove and Zentimo, and currently using Zentimo. They are the best of their kind.
The developer is very responsive, and he always listens to his customers requests. Thanks for the deal!
May 19 2013 at 1:42am Copy Link
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Mike B Just to add one more data point, USB Safely Remove handles my removable SATA drive bay nicely. I have no reservation recommending a lifetime license.

Zentimo does have a couple additional features, TrueCrypt support seems to be the most useful to me, but still not must have for me.
May 19 2013 at 1:59am Copy Link
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Danny @Bennet Immanuel,

It is surely unnecessary to all two to purchase, unless the complementary function.
May 19 2013 at 3:51am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @SamT,
>>My order got canceled, my money was withdrawn from my credit card and will be refunded in up to 30 days.
Samuel, I apologize for the inconveniences. I have contacted you through email and sent you the link to purchase through our other payment registrar.

>> Sorry, I forgot to ask about the support for 12 month.
If I buy the lifetime license will there also only be support of 12 month?
The technical support will be also lifetime. But note it means the life of the program, not yours or ours. Ie we will do technical support until we sell the program.

@CJCotter,
>> Did you see my follow up comment to Pim Joosten? It offers a correction to what I said and explains why I said it.
Yes, I read your other comment, I clarified it just in case if other people have confusions about differences between the programs. And you are always welcome!

@Bennet Immanuel,
Thank you too for the kind words!
Crystal Rich, Ltd - May 19 2013 at 2:03pm Copy Link
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Danny Why buy this while on the Zentimo site the possibility to upgrade from USB Safely Remove to Zentimo for a special price?
May 19 2013 at 2:52pm Copy Link
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SamT @Igor

Thank you a lot, everything worked perfect with this vendor!!!

I am also very impressed by your VERY GOOD Support.
May 19 2013 at 5:05pm Copy Link
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Danny Which are no doubt very good! My question remains: why USB Safely Remove on the market while the same company zentimo that actually indentical to USB Safely Remove to promoting?
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Pavi Johnson Hi, maybe a little late, BUT...

One small drawback of the excellent xplorer2 is that drives currently being browsed cannot be removed via the Windows tool. Does USB Safely Remove have the capability to right click "safely remove" when open in xplorer2?

Best, /Pavi
May 19 2013 at 10:56pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @SamT,
You are welcome!

@Danny,
>> why USB Safely Remove on the market while the same company zentimo that actually indentical to USB Safely Remove to promoting?
These are the different programs, Zentimo has some extended features over USB Safely Remove. You can find the differences here: http://zentimo.com/zentimovsusbsr.htm

@Pavi Johnson,
>> Does USB Safely Remove have the capability to right click "safely remove" when open in xplorer2?
Just checked it and I can confirm USB Safely Remove can safely remove USB drives even when they are open in Xplorer2. In this case the program displays you the message that the drive is locked by Xplorer2 and using the "Forced Stop" button you can release and stop the drive.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - May 20 2013 at 12:26am Copy Link
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Danny @Igor Tkachenko,

Okay, that's clear now! Thanks!
May 20 2013 at 12:59am Copy Link
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Pavi Johnson @Igor, thanks for the reply, but a little late for me to get the offer!

Next time I guess?
May 20 2013 at 2:27am Copy Link
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Tortuga @Igor Tkachenko
Will there be a new version soon? I looked on the site, the last one is still from Mars.2013, right?
Peace
Apr 14 2014 at 12:32am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Hi Tortuga,
Yes, we are planning to release a new version for USB Safely Remove (no time estimations as usual, sorry). If you have any suggestions or feature requests feel free to write us: http://safelyremove.com/support.htm
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Apr 14 2014 at 2:25am Copy Link
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Michael Lenser Do you have any deals going for existing customers looking to upgrade / extend their licenses?
Apr 14 2014 at 3:55am Copy Link
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Alexandre Emeriau @Tortuga USB Safely Remove is the old software before Zentimo, maybe we should wait for it http://zentimo.com/zentimovsusbsr.htm
Apr 14 2014 at 4:58am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Michael Lenser,
= Do you have any deals going for existing customers looking to upgrade / extend their licenses?
No we have only offers for the new customers. We may have some offers for existing customers after the release through the newsletter.

@Alexandre Emeriau
= USB Safely Remove is the old software before Zentimo,
No, USB Safely Remove is just a lesser brother of Zentimo, the latter has more features comparing to USB Safely Remove, but it's not an elder or less updated software.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Apr 14 2014 at 7:35am Copy Link
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Alexandre Emeriau Thanks for the precision Igor.
Apr 14 2014 at 11:27am Copy Link
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Tortuga @Alexandre, Hi :) Thank you for your answer.
Yes I know, I bought USR back 6+ years ago at least.
My husband uses it now, since I bought Zentimo, as I have more peripherals & need more options. Both are really great apps!!
It's just that they are seldom updated. Though, there are NO bugs & there are no features missing per se. I was just wondering, that's all

@Igor, Thank you for your answer :)
Can you please tell me, on Zentimo,if it's 'normal' that on W7 x64, neither the 'C' (with the OS) nor the 'D' (a partition on the same HDD as 'C') are listed? On XP, ALL partitions are always listed, including the partition with the OSs, on single & multi boot machines. All my other partitions, internals & externals are listed without a problem, just not 'C' & 'D' on my W7 machine.
Thank you for any help.
Peace
Apr 14 2014 at 12:39pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Tortuga,
Thanks for your appreciation! Normally the system drive shouldn't be listed on any operating system. It's done intentionally in order to avoid dangerous operations with the system drive. Check that you have the latest version of the program installed on your XP machine. If it's the latest one and the system partitions are still listed feel free to send us the report from the program. In order to send the report you should proceed to "Main menu - Help - Report a bug", and in the opened dialog enter your e-mail and a short description of the problem. This helps us to investigate the problem more detailed.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Apr 14 2014 at 1:02pm Copy Link
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Trucker $7.90 for 1 year and $17.90 for 2 years ? I pass, coz lifetime for $32.90 seems to be less than 4 years !
Another ting is... this do the same as windows do, so why buy it in the first place ? And when windows say that it can´t eject a USB device then there is a reason ! One reason could be another program that runs from that USB device because it keep the PC safe for some reason or another !
Apr 14 2014 at 4:02pm Copy Link
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Tortuga @Igor, Thank you for your reply
Well, this is funny ..., but not really! Here I was thinking the bug was the missing HDD on W7, but you tell me the problem is that it's showing on my XP :0
Yes, I'm using the newest version.
But the thing is, I do need to change the letter/name of the partition next to 'C' on W7, which I can NOT access. That HDD/OS «was» part of a Multi Boot, but I had to change things around. So you see, I need to access it to change letter/name to reflect it's position on a new setup. It's a conundrum !
Hope you can help
Peace
Apr 14 2014 at 6:00pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Trucker: = Another ting is... this do the same as windows do, so why buy it in the first place ? One of the favorite features of the program is that unlike Windows it shows what programs prevent a device from being removed and allows to safely disconnect them. But there are lots of other features (that native safe removal don't have) aimed to make your work with devices easier and more productive, read more here: http://safelyremove.com/f...esList.htm @Tortuga, =But the thing is, I do need to change the letter/name of the partition next to 'C' on W7, which I can NOT access We will consider changing this behavior in the following versions. Now you can change the drive letters manually from Windows Disk Management tool.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Apr 15 2014 at 1:53am Copy Link
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Trucker @Igor - I get your point, but more programs on top of existing/build-in programs will often course new problems that I don't need. When I work with my PC then do I always know what is plugged in and I have set it up to always be able to get removed at any time... because I work after this rule: "The PC and the plug-in devices should always be prepared for thunderstorm or sudden power fail"
When that rule isn´t broken then is it very difficult for any given program to help me do things better or safer.
The build-in programs is there for people who needs them as just like your program do ! I have had PC´s since DOS v3.0 and I have always been very careful not to install more programs than I needed, due to space on the FDD/HDD and later SSD.
Don´t overlook the fact that many people today know more about what is going down on their PC than ever before !
Apr 15 2014 at 9:07am Copy Link
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Tortuga @Igor Thank you for your answer :)
Yes, I know Windows will let me do that, the point of having Zentimo is so I don't have to go through hoops in Windows, to do a simple operation.
Thank you for considering adding this option.

@Trucker: You shld still consider either USR or Zentimo, bc Windows does NOT tell you WHY the external/peripheral can not be removed. When you don't know the 'why', only a reboot can free the handles Windows put on files of that particular external.
Plus, there is letter management, which Windows does not give you, eg if a bkup external needs to be letter 'H' bc that is where scheduled bkup data is set to be, ea time you plug that HDD it will be the same letter, instead of being any random letter Windows assigns, so either the bkup wont start or goes to another HDD that got the 'H' letter haphazardly. Zentimo has more options than USR, depends what your needs are. I've bought both, both are very good, prefer Zentimo as I hv a ton of peripherals. First thing I install. Lifetime license is well worth it!
I understand you don't like to install unnecessary progs. For me, this one is a must. Just my opinion.

You said: "I have set it up to always be able to get removed at any time", which is great, I just don't understand how you can do this. Can you elaborate? I hv several HDDs & keys plugged at the same time, ea one has several partitions. I don't see how I could always be prepared, in advance, to unplug any or all. How can one prevent Windows writing onto any/all those partitions at any given time? I wd very much like to know how to do this. Thanks
Peace
N.B.: Not related to the company or the developer in any way. I just like their apps
Apr 15 2014 at 12:03pm Copy Link
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Trucker @Tortuga - I have tried Zentimo, but it didn´t work with the OS very well, so I uninstalled it. Yes, I did buy it at that time and it was waste of money.

I don't need to know why Windows don't let me remove a device, coz that have never happen after I turn off safe mode in the build-in version and I removed Zentimo and other programs like it.

Ctrl+Alt+delete can help in the most situations and by using Task manager at the same time then do I fast find out where the problem is... as I know which processes to leave alone and which I can turn off.

Letter management isn´t an issue for me as I have made it easy for the OS and don't need a scheduled backup. The system is prepared as any system can be... it work like this on my laptop (and all desktop as well):

The 1st SSD holds OS and other high demanding programs like audio/video-editors and games like Race7 and Flight Simulator...

The 2nd SSD holds less demanding programs like MS Office and Serif WebPlus...

The HDD holds the work that I save directly from any program... so all needed backup is done "on the fly"...

From time to time I do move all those saved files to an extern common HDD, but it´s done manual to bigger safety and longer life for that extern HHD, coz after each manual transfer the HDD is turned off ! So a virus discovered on one or more of PCs will never find its way to that extern HDD. That way I only loose those files that haven´t been saved after last manual backup. Scheduled backup don't have that safety option !

"The human is by this, still in control of the PC !"
Apr 15 2014 at 7:41pm Copy Link
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Tortuga @Trucker, Thank you for your answer, much appreciated!
Sorry for the delay in responding.

@Admin Been unable to come to the site for MANY hours, right after I posted my post above, till recently (Chrome & FF). Always landed on this message:
" Runtime Error
Description: An exception occurred while processing your request. Additionally, another exception occurred while executing the custom error page for the first exception. The request has been terminated."
Just to let you know. Peace
Apr 16 2014 at 9:35pm Copy Link
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Trucker You´re welcome...
I have always tried to keep my PC safety simple but strong as possible and over the years the safety haven't been stronger than it is today. The biggest risk will always be what you don´t do to secure the system. There is more options on your router than most people know about ! That should be 1st on the safety list... much can be done, few think that far and that do harm some people from time to time...
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Susan Epstein I just downloaded from your web site to try out your software. After installing, it says that there are no USB devices connected. There are at least 8 USB devices connected to my computer! What gives? BTW Windows 7 Pro X64.
Thanks...Susan
Feb 19 2015 at 5:03am Copy Link
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Germaine Labrie Have you rebooted your computer? It may help.
Feb 19 2015 at 6:06am Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Hi Susan,
Perhaps these are non storage devices, don't it? If it does, they are not displayed by default, but you can see them if you click "XX devices are hidden" link: http://screencast.com/t/u6w3uYnF .

If it's not your case and there are no devices even in "Hidden" list please feel free to send us the report from the program. In order to send the report you should proceed to "Main menu -> Help -> Report a bug", and in the opened dialog enter your e-mail and a short description of the problem. This helps us to investigate the problem more detailed.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Feb 19 2015 at 6:12am Copy Link
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Alejandro Gonzalez Hi Susan:
Sometimes the USB devices aren`t reconoiced as HD with a HD letter, so on you need open Disks Administrator and assign a letter.
Alex
Feb 19 2015 at 11:52am Copy Link
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Susan Epstein I have a USB drive connected as Drive F. The Utility is still showing me "There are no connected devices". This is an "Unregistered Evaluation Version".

I also changed the option to not "hide drive letters when no media inserted" - so I should have several drives displayed...but don't have anything.

Since I can't get this working, I'm ready to uninstall - unless there is some obvious quick fix.

thanks...Susan
Feb 19 2015 at 12:06pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko @Alejandro: Even if USB drive don't have a letter it's still will be displayed in the program. Furthermore it's not needed to open Disk Management, it's possible to assign a letter from the program (right click to the device -> choose device properties -> switch to Drive Properties tab).

@Susan Goodhart:
Could you send us the report from the program, please? It's very easy, just right click to the program icon, choose Help -> Report a bug", and in the opened dialog enter your e-mail and a short description of the problem. This helps us to investigate the problem more detailed.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Feb 19 2015 at 1:57pm Copy Link
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Susan Epstein Sorry, I already uninstalled. I actually had to reboot the computer before it would allow me to uninstall. I couldn't end the program from Task Manager, and uninstall wouldn't work until it was ended.
Sorry it didn't work out...the program looked like it would have been useful.
Susan
Feb 19 2015 at 3:08pm Copy Link
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Igor Tkachenko Susan,
Thanks for the feedback and I apologize for the inconveniences you had.
Crystal Rich, Ltd - Feb 19 2015 at 3:41pm Copy Link
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