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  1. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    (One day and many attempts later): Fixed it. It's hardware thing. Unplug USB connection to external player. Disable phantom drive in device manager. Disable portable enumerator service. DISABLE GENERIC USB STORAGE DEVICE in device manager. Reboot. All gone. Nothing there. Re-connect external...
  2. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    Tell me what you need?
  3. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    Re-enabled. Re-boot. Phantom returns to Device Manger and MY PC. External is consistently showing its plugged or unplugged status, but won't work as long as the phantom appears ANYWHERE
  4. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    Mis-read your instructions. Kept the service disabled, unplugged the external, rebooted. Phantom is there (MY PC). Plugged in the external. Both are there. External doesn't work. Will try exactly what you said this time..., Stand by
  5. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    Sure sounded good. It is now disabled, but the drive remains in (See screenshot above of MY PC) BUT is not listed in device manager and my current external DVD-Blu Ray will not work. I really appreciate you sticking with me on this, Neemobeer
  6. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    SWD\WPDBUSENUM\_??_USBSTOR#DISK&VEN_GENERIC&PROD_STORAGE_DEVICE&REV_1532#000000001532&0#{53F56307-B6BF-11D0-94F2-00A0C91EFB8B} No card readers
  7. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    Sorry. Snipping tool wouldn't capture the drop down boxes. Had to take photos. Here are the options. Hardware IDS?
  8. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    No. I think it is residue from one of no longer attached external players. I think there something significant in that I can "Disable" and or "Uninstall", but it always reloads...like something's looking for it?
  9. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    Version 1903. OS Build 18362.418
  10. kkorotev

    Can't Turn Off What Isn't There

    Over the last week or so I have been trying out external USB Blu-ray drives from different manufacturers. After a time they stopped working. None of them worked. Uninstall. Install. Load drivers...nothing. Then I noticed a drive listed under portable devices (device manager) that really didn't...
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