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post #21 of 57 (permalink) Old 08-31-2012, 10:30 AM - Thread Starter
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No, Nimzo.

REG_DWORD


(I too have 64bit Windows, and in my fix, NEVER use QWORD (64bit QWORD) this will cause the fix not to work!)
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post #22 of 57 (permalink) Old 08-31-2012, 10:45 PM
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No, Nimzo.
REG_DWORD
(I too have 64bit Windows, and in my fix, NEVER use QWORD or 64bit QWORD this will cause the fix not to work!)

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dunnoe whether i am on the right path,but there no reg_dword..redface.gif
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I said in my fix to use DWORD , this is the EXACT SAME as choosing DWORD (32-bit) Value (this shows on the Registry as Reg_DWORD.)


Edit: I do understand your question, however, choosing DWORD is the only correct way.
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post #24 of 57 (permalink) Old 10-31-2012, 08:15 AM
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You just need to go into your Device Manager to turn off the "Safely Remove" function.
here I took a picture:
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Open Device Manager, open Storage controllers, then just right click "Marvell 91xx...", choose properties, then go to the policies tab, and uncheck the box "Enable safely remove disk."
I would then reboot, to see the change.


Thank you, this worked beautifully -- even after trying the original registry fixes it wasn't working on my Asrock Z77 Extreme (probably because I have 8 SATA ports?).

But the controller was listed in device manager and it was as simple as unchecking the box and rebooting. Cheers!!! smile.gif
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This isn't working for me. After doing the fix and rebooting, both my internal HDD's still show in safely remove hardware.


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Turn off hotplugging in your BIOS.


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Turn off hotplugging in your BIOS.

Only hot plug thing I can find in my BIOS is under Integrated Peripherals as 'OnChip SATA Port as ESP' with the description 'To configure Onchip SATA port as eSATA port and report AHCI hot plug icon in OS'., And all ports 0,1,2,3,4,5, are disabled.

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Thank you, this worked beautifully -- even after trying the original registry fixes it wasn't working on my Asrock Z77 Extreme (probably because I have 8 SATA ports?).
But the controller was listed in device manager and it was as simple as unchecking the box and rebooting. Cheers!!! smile.gif

Why dont i have this storage controllers on my device manager? I need to enable safe removal for my e-sata port.

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I said in my fix to use DWORD , this is the EXACT SAME as choosing DWORD (32-bit) Value (this shows on the Registry as Reg_DWORD.)
Edit: I do understand your question, however, choosing DWORD is the only correct way.

I have this problem but in windows 8 with Marvel chip only, and I can not find this key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\ services\ msahci

Even after creating it, no work.
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I have a ASUS Sabertooth X58 motherboard, this also has a Marvell SATA 6 controller.

You just need to go into your Device Manager to turn off the "Safely Remove" function.

here I took a picture:

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Open Device Manager, open Storage controllers, then just right click "Marvell 91xx...", choose properties, then go to the policies tab, and uncheck the box "Enable safely remove disk."

I would then reboot, to see the change.
Haven't been on this site for a log time, but when i was faced with this prob, googled & found your answear.
It solved my problem, Thanks.

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