Step 3: An Autorun file with extra Commands
The previous steps just messed with the name, icon, and actions of the USB drive. Now, I will show you how to add extra commands to the USB drive. These commands will show up when you right-click on the USB drive.
If you lose your USB drive often, you should 1) buy a keychain for it and 2) add this to your Autorun file:
shell\lost=Help! I'm Lost
NOTE: This command is not only for a lost USB drive. You can make it anything you want.
shell\lost\command=: This is the file that will open when you click on the "Help! I'm Lost" command.
shell\lost=: This is what the name of the command is. Look at the picture for more information.
Also, the computer does not have a file called "Lost.bat" already on it (duh). You will have to make one. This is some good code for the batch file:
title Please Return Me!
echo I have been lost! Please return me to my owner!
echo 1234 Second St. Small Town, America, 12345
I have written this code so that if someone presses a key (like the file asks you to, see the screenshot), it will simply repeat itself! It will continue to do this untill the finder of the drive closes out of the CMD window.
PLEASE make sure that you replace the info with your actual address, phone number, and email (unless you happen to live at 1234 Second Street, Small Town, America, 12345).
There are countless possibilities that you can place here. Also, you can insert more than one, so you could have a "Help Me" option, a "Hello" option, and a "Destroy the Earth" option. Have fun with that (and be legal!).