The Windows Cluster disk driver in your Windows Server operating system is the designated Windows file on your system hard disk that controls all cluster disks on your system. Disable this file when you want to disable temporary support for cluster disks on your computer. This process typically takes less than five minutes to complete on modern systems. Instructions
Click “Start”, “Administrative Tools” and click “Computer Management”.
Click on “Device Manager” .
Click “View” and click “Show Hidden Devices”.
Click on “Non-Plug and Play Drivers” and right click “Cluster driver disk.”
Click on “Properties” and choose “Disabled” from the “Startup Type” menu.
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