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 It is not recommended you allow the sdcard to [[https://​technet.microsoft.com/​en-us/​library/​cc753703(v=ws.11).aspx|auto mount]], and it is highly recommended that the sdcard be unmounted at all times except when files need to be copied or the config file needs to be edited. It is not recommended you allow the sdcard to [[https://​technet.microsoft.com/​en-us/​library/​cc753703(v=ws.11).aspx|auto mount]], and it is highly recommended that the sdcard be unmounted at all times except when files need to be copied or the config file needs to be edited.
  
-"​Unmounting"​ does not refer to a phyisical ​action, do not confuse it with "​removing"​ the card from the board. "​unmounting"​ just means "​telling your computer to stop accessing the card", which is usually done by clicking menus with your mouse ( on windows this is usually called "​safely eject" ).+"​Unmounting"​ does not refer to a physical ​action, do not confuse it with "​removing"​ the card from the board. "​unmounting"​ just means "​telling your computer to stop accessing the card", which is usually done by clicking menus with your mouse ( on windows this is usually called "​safely eject" ).
  
 Concurrent access to the sdcard via the host and the smoothie is not supported. The sdcard must be safely removed or unmounted then smoothie reset after copying or editing files from the host mount point. Concurrent access to the sdcard via the host and the smoothie is not supported. The sdcard must be safely removed or unmounted then smoothie reset after copying or editing files from the host mount point.