Since today, every time I connected my phone to the computer, a message popped up saying "There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive F:." It goes away when I mount the SD card. Then when I transfer over a video file(.mp4), it copies good. When I go to remove it, it says that the device cannot be stopped, no matter how long I wait. I look to find that a process on the root of the SD card(autorun.inf) keeps starting itself from the root of the SD by anything on my computer. Even after I kill it. What's the deal? But more importantly: While all this is happening, I just go to my phone and unmount from there. As soon I unmount(even if I get to do it the correct way), the phone freezes for about 5-6 seconds and reboots. I go to check on the file I copied and it says 0 bytes(it said 21.8mb, which is correct, in the folder while mounted). 1. Why does it reboot after unmounting? 2. Why does the file now say 0 bytes?