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| USB Oblivion v126.96.36.199
USB Oblivion v188.8.131.52 This utility designed to erase all traces of connected USB devices - flash-drives, disks and CD-ROMs from computer registry of Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 (32/64-bit versions). The utility has a test mode of operation, i.e. without actually removing data from the registry, and, just in case, creates a .reg-file to undo any changes. There is also a fully automatic mode. Warnings Eject all USB drives before clean Required an administrative privileges Required an immediate Windows restart after clean No you can not clean Windows installed on USB drive FAQ Q: Why Windows after clean can't detect my USB drive? A: Cached data about USB drive somehow (for example you ignored a Windows restart or just no luck) was written back to the registry, so drive now erroneously partially registered. You must run utility again to clean up the mess and immediately restart Window. Repeat twice. Q: Why my USB Hewlett-Packard printer not working after clean? A: Some HP printers comes with "HP Smart Install" technology - when a USB CD-ROM with drivers to the printer appears in the system on printer connection. To avoid this you must: Delete the printer from the system before clean Switch off "HP Smart Install" on both the computer and the printer using the proprietary HP utility SIUtility.exe (or SIUtility64.exe) (usually in the UTILS folder of CD with printer drivers) After that printer will be re-installed as a regular USB printer and utility will not affect it anymore More info about "HP Smart Install" here: http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press_kits/2010/plugandprint/pdf/Smart_Install_FAQ.pdf Q: How to restore a saved .reg-file? A1: You can also restore from a System Restore Point: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12415/windows-10-recovery-options A2: You must import saved .reg-file using System ...
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