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open the usb drive

and copy this code in a notepad

[{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}]
IconArea_Image=img.jpg
IconArea_Text=0×000000

save the file as desktop.ini

Replace ** img.jpg ** with  your image file name
note:Copy image into the flashdrive.


and this one works only  in  XP users according to my knowledge

This works great. I think where some get mixed up is here: if you save a file in Notepad, it gets an file extension of .TXT by default. In order to save it as "desktop.ini" one must select "Save as type: " "All Files" and type "desktop.ini" in the "File Name" box and it will save it as "desktop.ini" . Hope this helps. J
I got stuck on the 2nd part on the directions it didn't work for me on my flash drive.
make sure to select all files while saving <br>
hey technolover <br> <br>hi, <br>where do u cant understand <br> <br>u just copy the code above in the note pad and save it as &quot; desktop.ini &quot;. <br>choose a picture, copy it in ur flash drive and then rename it as &quot; img.jpg &quot;. <br> <br>msg me on fb , i u did't got it still <br>saipavanboddu@gmail.com
hey technolover <br> <br>hi, <br>where do u cant understand <br> <br>u just copy the code above in the note pad and save it as &quot; desktop.ini &quot;. <br>choose a picture, copy it in ur flash drive and then rename it as &quot; img.jpg &quot;. <br> <br>msg me on fb , i u did't got it still <br>saipavanboddu@gmail.com
no idea Taodih sory
any idea how to do this for win7?

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