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NTFS-3G asks you to replace /sbin/mount_ntfs with their own version. If it stops working, then probably is because an OS X update replaced that file. To fix this, you must do the following: Rename the mount_ntfs command provided by OS X: sudo mv /sbin/mount_ntfs /sbin/mount_ntfs.original Make sure the mount_ntfs command provided by NTFS-3G is used: ...


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Autorun should be disabled so it's safe to plug it in on a W7 machine. This article shows how to re-enable it, you can easily work it backwards to ensure yours won't execute. Bypass disabled autorun for USB devices on Windows 7


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OS X supports exFAT since 10.6.5. Unless you really need to support older OS X versions you can safely go with exFAT. Linux and FreeBSD might need some fuse-based driver.


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If you open the content of your pen drive on the machine, then it will depend on the application as to whether there will be any trace of that data after closing the app and removing the drive. If you had an application that was known not to copy the data elsewhere kept on the pen drive along with your data and only opened it from that, it would be more ...


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A playlist isn't going to help you for that, I'm afraid. iTunes uses absolute references for where the files are stored, so you'd have to also export the files themselves to the USB drive & change the references to match - that's if the player will even recognise the playlist format. Long & short of it is, Apple don't want you just dropping files ...


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There are some sources, which contains very high quality information about the topic. Unfortunately, it is on russian, but google translate compares them well. http://www.usbdev.ru/articles/detect_controller/ http://www.usbdev.ru/files/alcor/ It seems, other people had already a lot of problem with these alcor chips.


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About security, we should always have doubts. Having an up-to-date system and antivirus sotfware, and being sure of what you're doing help in most of the case. That said viruses are designed before anti-viruses know about them (obviously), and some security flaw might exist in the USB subsystem. A firewire device have uncontrolled access to all the memory ...


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Yes you can. for more detail: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1948 But do remember that flash drive has read/write cycle, don't want to break you flash drive by installing it there. Other option would be installing to external hard drive.


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BOOTICE WILL SOLVE YOUR ISSUE Click on Parts Manage then you will find your partition then try to repartitioned it and then re-formating it. THis will resolve your issue and again your USB starts working. Download BOOTICE



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