Windows 7 Microsoft Home Premium Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601
System Manufacturer HP
System Model p6710f
System Type x64-based pc
Processor AMD Athlon II x4 640 3000mhz 4 cores 4 Logical
Installed Memory 4GB
Most of the Problems, I can deal with, they range from Quick Books issues to networking issues, usual stuff.
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\MountedDevices, has a large amount of entries, some of which are identical, about 30, in all there are about 60 to 70 entries.
I am a Linux guy, got out of Windows a long time ago, so to you Win 7 Gurus, is there a way of cleaning out that key safely?
I am no stranger to the Hive, been fixing peoples computers for years, but this one is a production buisness system, so I need to be sure of what is going on.
I am not asking for a fix, just some advice, some of you may have already run across this issue, or have known someone who has.
My Impression of the problem is that; they have probably not been shutting down right, and unplugging usb sticks the wrong way, and unplugging the WD Mybook at night incorrectly. Your thoughts are appreciated.