Tip & How-To about Transcend 4GB JetFlash 110 USB 2.0 Flash Drive (TS4GJF110) Media

How to customize your USB Flash Drive.

These instructions will make your flash disk more "personalized". You can use any picture you want.
The end result will be viewable from any pc you plug your flash disk into. You only need notepad to code it.

Then you can show off anywhere
HERE ARE THE 4 STEPS YOU SHOULD REMEMBER

STEP 1

Preparing the Picture

Of course, you must have a flash disk to do this. Once you plugged in the flash disk and open it via explorer, make a folder named "background" or whatever name you want. Then, put any picture you want in that folder, but you should remember the folder and the picture's name. Right click at the folder, then open properties. Check the box beside "hidden" to make it unseen, and making your flash disk neat. You can place the picture you want to use in any folder you want, even existing folder. The only difference is the coding of the desktop.ini file at the next step.

STEP 2

Coding the background.ini


Now right click anywhere in the flash disk, (not in the folder you've just created) and open a New Text Document. Just ignore the new document's name because it will be deleted later. Open it using notepad and use theese code for the template:


Code:[.ShellClassInfo]

IconFile=%SystemRoot%system32SHELL32.dll
IconIndex=127
ConfirmFileOp=0

[{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}]
Attributes=1
IconArea_Image="g.jpg"
IconArea_Text="0x0099FF"
VeBRA sources - don't delete the tag above, it's there for XXXXX purposes -
[ExtShellFolderViews]
{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}={BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}{5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}={5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}

[{5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}]
PersistMoniker=Folder.htt
PersistMonikerPreview=%WebDir% older.bmp

Then save it as Desktop.ini and delete the old New Text Document.txt
other filenames will not work.
See picture for notes on editing the code.

STEP 3

Making your own color


The Color Codes:
It uses different code from usual HEX color codes.
the codes is 0x(first pair of digit is blue)(second pair of digit is green)(third pair of digit is red)
sofor example if you want to have blue use 0xFF0000

some of the codes that i know is:
0x000000 = black
0xFFFFFF = white
0xFF3300 = blue
0xFFFF00 = light blue
0x33CC00 = green
0xCC0099 = Violet
0x9900FF = pink

Making your own color
1. use paint (the one bundled with windows) and use "define custom color"
2. see the number at the right corner of the color window, convert all of thoose color to HEX. (i use scientific calculator)
3. use the method defined in the color codes section up there

OR
Just use photoshop if you have one. the HEX code will be displayed. just orientate it so the last pair of hex will be the front one, and add 0x in the front
ex. if the photoshop shows #0000FF Convert it to => 0xFF0000

STEP 4

Then you're done!


You're done. You can show off at your school's computer lab, in your friend

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These instructions will make your flash disk more "personalized". You can use any picture you want.
The end result will be viewable from any pc you plug your flash disk into. You only need notepad to code it.

Then you can show off anywhere
HERE ARE THE 4 STEPS YOU SHOULD REMEMBER

STEP 1

Preparing the Picture

Of course, you must have a flash disk to do this. Once you plugged in the flash disk and open it via explorer, make a folder named "background" or whatever name you want. Then, put any picture you want in that folder, but you should remember the folder and the picture's name. Right click at the folder, then open properties. Check the box beside "hidden" to make it unseen, and making your flash disk neat. You can place the picture you want to use in any folder you want, even existing folder. The only difference is the coding of the desktop.ini file at the next step.

STEP 2

Coding the background.ini


Now right click anywhere in the flash disk, (not in the folder you've just created) and open a New Text Document. Just ignore the new document's name because it will be deleted later. Open it using notepad and use theese code for the template:


[{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}]
Attributes=1
IconArea_Image=background\2.jpg
IconArea_Text=0xFFFFFF

[.ShellClassInfo]
ConfirmFileOp=0
IconFile=%SystemRoot%\system32\SHELL32.dll
IconIndex=43
IconFileOld=%SystemRoot%\system32\SHELL32.dll
IconIndexOld=43

Then save it as Desktop.ini and delete the old New Text Document.txt
other filenames will not work.
See picture for notes on editing the code.

Then you're done!


You're done. You can show off at your school's computer lab, in your friend

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