A popular keyboard shortcut to invoke the Safely Remove Hardware dialog is to use the destination as:
Rundll32.exe Shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL HotPlug.dll
The dialog that is displayed when this shortcut is invoked worked fine in Windows XP. In Windows 7 (64-bit) however, I notice that the same old dialog comes up, but if I choose to Stop any plugged device, I get an error. For more on this problem see my other question.
Is there any keyboard shortcut for Windows 7 that actually works with which I can remove devices?