Each time we connect a USB stick to an external hard drive on our Windows computer, it is mounted and we can access and perform file operations on it. If we finish our disconnection work instead of directly physically removing it, it is recommended to safely remove the hardware option or eject the drive . This ensures that all incomplete file operations are completed and that data corruption is avoided. Only when it is safe to disconnect the USB should we physically remove the USB.
But what if we feel the need to use the media again? We need to physically connect it. What if we used the Eject Media option to disassemble the media, but not physically separate, and now you want to reuse the media?