Saturday, June 18, 2016

How to unmount a Hard Drive using the command prompt

I love using the command prompt, aka “cmd”. Or if you’re using W10, you can use Windows PowerShell. The result will be the same.

Now, how to this. Basically, I can explain everything with one picture, but I’ll type the command before posting it.

mountvol X: /d

“X” is your drive, btw.

Even easier than the previous post.

That’s it. This is way easier and quicker than this.

And as always, here is all the information you need to know about this command.

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