Problem eject on my 2nd SATA Hard Drive Bay Caddy

I have a problem with my caddy drives eject.

Heart each time I close the lid, hard drives is ejected or, in which case ejection fails, I get an error message... very annoying situation.

How windows 7 can avoid to eject it? You know a best practice to configure properly the 2nd SATA Hard Drive Bay cart?

Thanks in advance!


It is caused by the last driver SATA ACHI, use microsoft we're going to fix this.

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