In explorer I can right click on my drive G: without problems.
In Opus, I have a GO Drivebuttons toolbar entry. If I right-click on my drive G: there, sometimes (once every twenty times or so) it hangs, the Opus lister becomes faded (inactive) and Opus unresponsive. I have to force quit and restart Opus.
What does Opus do different than Explorer if I right-click a drive, and can whatever it does be disabled to prevent this problem?
I think I have reported this before, but at that time I wasn't aware that it always works in explorer, just only Opus hangs.
EDIT: Nevermind, it just happened again, and this time in Explorer. It hangs explorer but not Opus this time. I guess it is always either one or the other. I sure hate the Windows USB stack. Completely unstable and unreliable. Also, it seems to install drivers depending on which USB PORT I plug my G: drive into. How does the port matter? Who at Microsoft came up with such a stupid idea. Now I have to remember which port to plug what into, since it might make a difference.