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    A program that has been installed on removable dive won't allow me to pin its shortcut to the taskbar.

    I get that if its a missing drive, yada yada yada...you used to be able to do this on, I believe Vista and later, and an error would pop up if the program or drive was missing, fine, good awesome, whatever. I am getting a little peeve'd at all these new restrictions in Windows, such as no OneDrive on removable storage as well. How does MS expect scalability for all devices if I can manage my own storage?

    Anyway, anyone know of a work around to put a shortcut of a program that has been installed on "removable media (because an SD card slid into the case is not leaving)" on the task bar?
    08-24-2015 11:02 AM

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