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Hello all,

This is my first visit to this forum but based on the fact that I have fallen into the "Mac Guy" at work, it won't be my last.

I have a question for you that has been brought up to me more than once.

Now people around here have the varying sizes of memory sticks that they love using from system to system. However, a few people have asked me how they can remount the memory stick after removing it, without taking it out and putting it back in.

I know it sounds kind of goofy, but I was wondering if there was in fact a way to do this.

I also wonder if it is just way easier to do it manually by unplugging and replugging it in, but also if they were connecting remotely I can see how this could be beneficial.

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All they need to do is start Disk Utility (use SHFT+CMD+U keystroke) and remount it from there.

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All they need to do is start Disk Utility (use SHFT+CMD+U keystroke) and remount it from there.
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