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How to make USB drive can not be accessed by computer

USB removable media or people who interpreted the flash is a means of sharing files and media file storage is a practical and inexpensive. Prices are relatively affordable and form a relatively small, are now almost everyone has a flash. On the other hand because of the many users of the flash, the flash is one of the media dissemination of computer viruses is quite powerful. In addition, the flash can also be a means or media to take or steal important files that exist on a computer. So that sometimes for some users, the use of flash in computers is even disabled. That is, every time the flash is plugged into the computer, the computer can not access the flash, even just to open the activity data. There is another part that users set their computers can only read documents diflashdisk alone while to save or copy and paste files to the flash is not able or declined. It is intended for computer data security in order not to be taken by someone using the flash (USB removable media).

To set the flash is not open on the computer on Windows 7, can be done using a simple trick below:


  1. Press the Ctrl + R to open the Run menu
  2. Type gpedit.msc and press enter to go to the windows group policy
  3. Go to User Configuration> Administrative Templates> System> Removable Storage Access
  4. In the right pane double-click on Removable Disks: Deny read access
  5. Change to Enable and click OK
  6. Close the Group Policy window and then restart or log off the computer.

Now if you want to open or access the flash, it will display a message ... .. which ultimately can not access the flash.




To set the flash can only be opened and read only file on Windows 7, but can not copy and paste or save the data, can be done by using the trick below.

  1. Press the Ctrl + R to open the Run menu
  2. Type gpedit.msc and press enter to go to the windows group policy
  3. Go to User Configuration> Administrative Templates> System> Removable Storage Access
  4. In the right pane double-click on Removable Disks: Deny write access
  5. Change to Enable and click OK
  6. Close the Group Policy window and then restart or log off the computer.

Now if you want to copy and paste files to the flash or save files to the flash can not will not be anymore.

Another way that is not less easy it is (For users of Windows XP) can be tested by using a software, which is write-protected usb. That is software that controls access to a computer flash, between can be accessed or not. If shobat willing to try can be downloaded at the following link:

http://u3xqb.tk/

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