Re: Using Phoenix Bayswap with Windows 2000

Re: Using Phoenix Bayswap with Windows 2000


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Posted by Milos Miljkovic on January 21, 2002 at 17:25:57:

In Reply to: Re: Using Phoenix Bayswap with Windows 2000 posted by sha on November 20, 2001 at 12:50:31:

Win2K supports hot swap without any additional software. It's usually installed by default and is represented in the system tray by the icon of a hard-drive with the green arrow above it. If it's not installed go to add/remove hardware in Control Panel, click next, click uninstall/unplug a device, click next, select the device you want to unplug, click next, click next to confirm and click finish. If you use this feature frequently be sure to check the check box in the add/remove wizard page.


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