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Dismount (and remount) the volume. This will prompt Windows to do all the normal
housekeeping tasks that are done when mounting a volume, usually only done when booting
the computer, such as a quick scan for errors, and on NTFS volumes to re-allocate the
NTFS reserved zones.
- Warning: This command can cause other programs to crash if they have open
files on the volume.
- It is only useful to use this command after MyDefrag has finished processing the
volume, so it should be placed at the end of a script just before "VolumeEnd".
- The actual action performed is only to dismount the volume. Windows will automatically
remount the volume as soon as an attempt is made to access it.
- Volumes can only be dismounted if not locked. Volumes are usually only locked by
special utilities that need access to the entire disk, for example to format the volume.
- MyDefrag will continue regardless, even if the volume could not be dismounted.
# Dismount and remount the volume.
See also: PlaceNtfsSystemFiles