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HalleMike

How to eject a sd-card

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello to all,

I've written a little program with autoit which calls during running coded dates from a sd-card to sign in to special folders in my home network.

On the end of the program it checks if the sd-card is still inserted. If yes, I get a message to remove it. Now I have always to click on the USB-Icon in systray to eject and remove the card properly.

My wish is to integrate a function to do this in my little program so I can remove the card without any probs. I was looking around for a solution but couldn't find once. Oh, I don't want to use an external program like 'ejectmedia.exe' or anything like that.

Is somebody there with a idea?

Please excuse my bad English but I'm a German and did my realy very best.

HalleMike

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

You will want to look at Diskpart for command line: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb490893.aspx    Or Drivetools: http://www.uwe-sieber.de/drivetools_e.html

For Diskpart do:

  1. Type diskpart and wait for the diskpart prompt (DISKPART>)

  2. Type list volume

  3. Note the volume number of the SD drive carefully (use listed properties such as drive letter, label, type and size for help)

  4. Type select volume <number>, where <number> is the volume number noted above

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  5. Type remove all dismount

  6. Type exit to quit Diskpart

If that works, then you should be able to script this using the run command ( I would absolutely certain that the SD card is the same volume EVERY time, aka this approach isn't a good idea if you or others will be plugging or unplugging other devices into your system/mounting other drives/mapping new drives while attempting this)

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While this does not answer your question directly, you may find some useful information on identifying your SD card (which I assume you can already do) and ejecting USB drives via these posts.

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Good luck!!

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Thank you both for your answers. I'll try and let you know...

Nice weekend ...

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