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Unless your USB drive has a physical switch, this is not possible. You cannot enforce something like this using a software solution, especially when you do not control the system.


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use 'NT 6.x fast installer to install windows directly to an usb flash drive. the tutorial here http://www.rmprepusb.com/tutorials/win7onusb The windows will work as a normal installation on a hard-disk. you can install applications etc as you do on an installed windows. P/S: external usb HDD is more preferred as it has faster speed.


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I don't see what OS you are using, but if it's Windows 7 or 8 you can use Bitlocker or EFS to encrypt the entire drive or folders and files on them. You could probably use another encryption program to get the same results on a different OS. EFS will only encrypt folders and files, bitlocker can encrypt the entire drive. The EFS decryption key is tied to ...


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If the security requirements are higher than the software means, where, in fact, there is risk of attack to a file systems for encryption/decryption keys are stored, or attack with trojan viruses aiming keyboard scans or both or something else, then you will need Hardware means of encryption. They are called Pass encoders with transparently encryption. It is ...


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With the command diskpart as in the link, I tried with fat32 and it works fine. list disk select disk 1 clean create partition primary active format fs=fat32 quick assign exit You can use the command xcopy source:*.* /S/E/F destination:\


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Sounds like the drive is just getting old and the flash has reached its write limits. According to SanDisk customer service, those drives have a safety mechanism that disables writes when error conditions are detected, to protect the data: The flash drive has detected a potential fault and has become write protected to prevent data loss. There is no ...


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man fsck.vfat says: Note: If -a and -r are absent, the filesystem is only checked, but not repaired. So, to have it actually write your changes use either -a or -r. The -w option modifies the behaviour of those two.


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you could always try locking the drive using diskpart. Open CMD as admin and type diskpart When diskpart loads - type "list disk" this will give you a list of drives in your machine. select your usb using the "select disk 1" command (where 1 is the number of your USB) use "attributes disk set readonly" to set the drive as read only. Hope this helps


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How to solve this? Reformat drive and restore data from your backup copy. Or ... Try to recover Manually search to see if the original uncorrupted files exist elsewhere on the drive. If necessary use a data recovery tool designed for use with flash drives. This may resurrect deleted files or parts of them. By hand, go through and remove all the links ...


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This is one of the common virus I found nowadays on flash drives. They usually hides (System Hidden) all the contents of flash drive and creates shortcut for each of them pointing towards virus executable which itself is hidden. As you have mentioned you deleted executable virus. So to see the contents simply toggle your hidden files on. Note that: you need ...


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Maybe there is something such as a button on your flash body to make it Read-Only. If no, Try the below steps in Windows : Insert your USB (4GB+ preferable) stick to the system and backup all the data from the USB as we are going to format the USB to make it as bootable. Open elevated Command Prompt. To do this, type in CMD in Start menu search field ...



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