I just saw a Raymond.cc post
telling about a free 1-yr license for USBSafelyRemove
USB flash drives are so common nowadays and I believe most of us already have one. It is very convenient to carry along our data with us all the time but can also be a problem when you’re unable to properly eject it from your computer. The error message “The device ‘Generic volume’ cannot be stopped right now. Try stopping the device again later.” is what you’ll see when you’re having the problem. You can use Unlocker to unlock the files in used and then eject OR you can use a special tool called USB Safely Remove developed to help you easily manage your external hotpluggable device.
USB Safely Remove normally cost $20 for a single user license which last a lifetime but they’re giving away free licenses to everyone for a week in order to promote upcoming version 4.0. You may use all the features of the program and get upgrades for one year for free. Actually they’ve done this early this year on February to promote version 3.3, so no big surprise that they’ll start doing it again. Continue reading on how to get your free USB Safely Remove v4 registration code.
USB Safely Remove is a neat and handy replacement for the standard ‘Safely Remove Hardware’ tool. It will make life easier and save time for those who have several hotplug (USB, SATA, Firewire) devices and those who use them extensively.
Just in case, here's a direct link to the deal
When I went there, I discovered there's also a 20% discount for a lifetime personal license
. This seems like the perfect license: for your personal use, you get lifetime updates and usage on all of your computers.
* Buy only one license for using the program on all your computers!
* Pay once, always get upgrades - free future version upgrades!
* The registration reminder will never popup again.
* Technical support.
The discounted price is $14. The page leads me to believe that the deal is only for today, but you know how those things go.
Disclaimer: I have no association with this company. Heck, I've never even used the product -- it just looks very useful, and I've heard good things about it.Edit:
it appears that the free license deal is only good this week, the week of Thanksgiving.