|External Storage Portable|
|20. How do I exit Ceedo without ejecting my drive?|
To close Ceedo, select Exit from the tray icon popup menu.
Note that closing Ceedo this way allows you to access your drive; it does not eject your drive, so it is not safe to remove it yet. To safely remove your drive after you have closed the personal working environment software, use the Safely Remove Hardware option:
Double-click the Safely Remove Hardware system tray icon
Select the drive you want to eject and click Stop.
Once Windows has notified you that it is safe to remove your drive from the computer, unplug it.
Note: Ceedo automatically closes all running windows, programs, web pages and folders when shutting down. If a program cannot be closed for some reason, Ceedo will display a standard message window, allowing you to manually close the program or to abort the program's termination and handle it yourself. Ceedo will not shut down until all windows, programs, web pages and folders have been closed.
What is the Used Space Meter?
The Used Space
|41. I have installed my new drive, but I can’t access it in Windows Explorer? How can I use the drive?|
You may try following steps to resolve it.
If the HDD has not been partitioned and formatted before, then please right-click "My Computer"-> Manage-> Storage-> Disk Management-> Choose the drive you want to manage, right-click its icon, choose "Partition" and "Format" on the pop-up menu. Please note that this action will erase all data on the hard drive.
In some situations, if the HDD has been used on another computer before, the hard drive is detected in your system BIOS but no drive letter is allocated by the Operating System. It is probably because the Operating System didn’t assign drive letters to it (should be assigned by default), you need to assign the drive letter manually. In the same procedure as mentioned above, right-click the Logical drive(s) on you Physical Disk(s), then choose “Change Drive Letter and Paths” from the pop-up menu to manually assign a drive letter to it.
After doing the above procedure, your HDD will be accessible in Windows Explorer.