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If there are pins on the mother board to support USB connections, you usually get a cable (or similar) to bring those ports out the front or the back ...
Once you case is sealed up, you have a small (compared to HDD) drive on which to back up critical data, or in my case a complete compressed XP install...
This will bring up the screen below. If your menu doesn't display the necessary path, you can access this same screen through help, doing a search on ...
As per the example below, you will see that my camera is already highlighted as the example that I will use. At this point you can also change the Vo...
In the lower right box I've scrolled down to "Disc 2" which is the memory card from my camera standing in for the USB thumb drive.
You will get the menu as shown. Select [Change Drive Letter and Paths...]
If Windows is behaving properly, removing the drive letter should render the Thumb Drive invisible to the user. Now you have a hidden, reasonably safe...
1. Do a clean install of Windows and customize your settings (Time Zone, Visual Theme etc.). 2. Once that is working shut the computer down. 3. Reboot...
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