Drives not listed here have not been tested with HPFSRem.

For the greatest compatibility, HPFSRem uses OS/2 API calls to work, so it is not limited to working with the listed drives.

HPFSRem now has support for drives that OS/2 sees as non-removable. This allows drives that connect to IDE and SCSI controllers to be used even if there are no OS/2 drivers for the particular drive. However, the drive must NOT lock disks on its own. Without special drivers, OS/2 software will not be able to lock or unlock a disk. If the drive locks the disk without being told to, you won't be able to remove the disk without a reboot.