Steps to Safely Cleanup and Remove old USB Mass Storage Drivers on your PC


Steps to Safely Cleanup and Remove old USB Mass Storage Drivers on your PC

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Steps to Safely Cleanup and Remove old USB Mass Storage Drivers on your PC


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Steps to Safely Cleanup and Remove old USB Mass Storage Drivers on your PC
  1. Shut down your computer. Unplug your USB storage devices: USB Disks, flash, cams, CD/DVD, etc. as well as your USB hubs
    ==> Other USB devices like keyboards, mice and LAN adapters can stay plugged in
  2. Boot computer back up. Click for how to determine whether you are running 32 or 64 bit Windows
  3. Download drivecleanup.zip, unzip and save to your desktop. Move the 32 or 64 bit version of DriveCleanup.exe to C:\Windows\System32
  4. Open an elevated command prompt window:
  5. In the command prompt enter: drivecleanup.exe
    ==> Your output should be similar to my example below.
    ==> If, instead, you get an error message like Command not recognized it means you didn't move Drivecleanup.exe to the right directory
  6. Reboot. Now just replug your devices for fresh clean device reinstalls!
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