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The issue seems to be that this particular card reader uses a non-standard port. According to a forum thread I found, the TEAC-200: However, the Teac CA-200 Flash Card reader has a non standard 10 pin configuration (Flexbay connector 2.00 mm apart vs. 2.54mm apart). Sounds pretty close. The same thread has the correct pin scheme, so it might be ...


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@grawity has what I think is the best answer, assuming you're using a Professional (or higher) edition of Windows. EFS (Encrypting File System) is a feature of NTFS that performs transparent encryption and decryption of files using keys that are stored in the OS and (transparently) protected by your account password. Note that you can safely change your ...


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I don't fully understand. are you trying to boot off a SD card and save files to the hard drive? ("im going to try to answer it anyway") What linux distro? I know on ubuntu you can tell ubuntu where to install, how to install, where to save other files, and even to run without installing! With most Distros, files not OS related will be saved to the hard ...


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SD Specifications Part 1 Physical Layer Simplified Specification, section 4.3.6 "Write Protect Management" [...] It is the responsibility of the host to protect the card. The position of the write protect switch is unknown to the internal circuitry of the card. So, an infected system could potentially ignore the write protection. I'd use something ...


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i think if someone can install windows 2000 on a sd card (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-hDOiI0-6s) then oses after windows 2000 should work



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