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There is a program on your Cruizer that will create a hidden folder on there and allow you to encrypt documents.

If the program is no longer on your flash drive

You can download a new version at this link

Make sure you install the file onto the flash drive.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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Your questions isn't too specific but I hope this helps

There are several ways to incorporate password protection. You can set the computer to require a boot up password in the computer BIOS. You have to enter the computer BIOS as soon as you turn it on; with a Dell press [F2], with HP press [Esc] and select system configuration. In the BIOS you can set the BIOS Administrator password - controls the ability to change BIOS settings, the computer boot password - when enabled it requires the user to enter the bootup password before the computer will boot, and set the hard drive access password - controls the users ability to access a hard drive.

The next level of password protection is at the operating system level - account access levels, privilege levels, and passwords. Dependent of operating system you can also set hard drive encryption

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http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000705.htm

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How do I password protect my eGo


Right click in your drive select new folder

Place all data files you want to password protect inside your new folder

Right click on your new folder select properties select the sharing tab

Scroll to network and sharing at the bottom


You have many options to password protect many files and folders Windows 7

In XP right click on your folder select properties then click the sharing tab tick the box do you want to make this folder private

A message might appear if you have a password do you want to create a password


Or you might download one or more of these all are free password protection programs


http://download.cnet.com/folder-lock/3000-2092_4-10063343.html

25 MB

http://download.cnet.com/truecrypt/3000-2092_4-10527243.html


http://download.cnet.com/my-lockbox/3000-2144_4-10789387.html

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How do I remove "write protection" from Word files


  1. Open Word, and open the protected document. Click on the "Developer" tab.
  2. Click on "Protect Document" tab, and then click on "Restrict Formatting and Editing."
  3. Click on "Stop Protection."
  4. Type the password into the password box.

If you have forgotten the password, copy and paste the information from the write-protected Word document into a new Word document, and then save it under a different name.

I do this for fun & 4 thumb feed back, not $$$$
Jim

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These drives are software protected with password. Put the USB drive in a PC, enter your password, then remove password protection from the USB drive. This should solve the problem.

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