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I bought at the beginning of the year an ACER VN7-592G under Windows 10.
I'm very happy with my purchase and the laptop is working perfectly except for a "little" annoyance :
when I connect an external drive to the usb charging port (the one on the right side near the RJ45 port), I cannot eject it. The drive is recognized and working perfectly. The problem is that it's considered as an internal drive, not an external one and that's the reason I do not have the eject option.
Generally, I use that port for my external optical drive or for an MTP device but if I could access all my ports completely it would be perfect. I have different external drives and the problem is the same for all.
I looked at the bios options but could not find anything relevant. Does anyone have any idea on how to solve this ?
Thanks a lot,