Question about Kingston Data Express DE110, S21P104 Removable USB Drive Enclosure, Frame Only (074061707886) Drive Case
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How to protect my removable pen drive from others access, how to protect it so that only I can access & use the removable disks can you reply to my mail- email@example.com
Click start click on computer to open you should your drives
C: usually your hard drive D: or E: your cd/dvd drives if you have 2 and your usb drive possibly E:or F:
Click on your usb drive right click in it select new folder option you can name it
Then put all files or data you want to password protect
Right click on the folder select properties then click sharing tab tick in make this folder private box
Another message might appear you do not have a password on this account click yes
User and password account will open for you to put in place a password
This might vary depending on your operating system in XP
Select properties then security tab at learn about access controls at the bottom of the box
Also another option to change permissions click edit
Then click deny then click apply in W7
USB Safeguard is a portable software program to encrypt and protect data with a password on your removable pen drives using the AES 256 bits encryption.
The main purpose of using a USB pen drive is that you can bring your data with you wherever you go. But if you lose your USB pen drive your data also lose.
This is dangerous if you have confidential files stored in it. Protect the pen drive with a password. USB Safeguard offers users (novice and expert) a friendly yet extremely powerful security solution that fully protects valuable data stored on USB pen drives.
Also, the program has a useful feature that allows you to enter your email or phone if you lose the pen drive. Free version works only with USB Flash drive of size max 2 GB
Posted on Nov 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you might have problem with your driver cd of vista. it is easily availabale in net. Install usb softwate to fix this problem.
check device manager all hardware working correctly or not.right click on my computer then go manage.
if something showing question mark, double click on it.It will be automatically installed
go in run type->gpedit.exe and check hardware function is terminated or not.and make it active
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
This seems to be the problem of most of us
these days and some of our readers who wanted to know the methods how
they can remove the Write Protected error from their USB drives like Pen Drives and memory cards.
What is Write Protected error and why it happens?
In the Write Protected error, we can’t write or copy any data in our flash drives and even can’t format the drive.
There are many reasons that cause this problem, let’s see solutions of them.
• First of all try to locate a small switch (if any, that you may have not noticed) at some place on the drive or memory card reader. This is the prime reason for this error. If there is one, switch it to the other side to turn the protection off.
• Yes I know this problem is also occurring these days without this switch but not to worry. Just download this helpful software form here
and run it to execute a “low-level format” on the drive. This software is quite handy and may take few attempts to actually remove the error.
• The problem can also be caused by some virus activity so just get it scanned by some updated good anti virus which may solve your problem.
• BUT if none of the methods listed above solves your problem then your pen drive might have gone corrupted, so just get it replaced.
Hope any of the methods listed above solves your problem.
After the low level format, you may need to “Partition the drive“. Dont worry, partitioning a pen drive means allocating it its File System and Cluster Size that was lost after the Low Level Format.
Click OK and the drive will be reusable after this.
Update 2 (Better Solution):
Follow the steps in this post and just put the value 0 (zero) in step 5.
This will surely solve your problem now.
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Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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