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  • How to make flash drive that copy's users files silently and automatically

    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.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.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...see more »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.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.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. -----------------------------------------From: JosephS177Date: May 30, 2016. 11:51 PMSubject: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-flash-drive-that-copys-users-files-si/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.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.reply: http://www.instructables.com/you/backtalk/?action=reply&commentId=CUO943MIOSPDTFR

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  • How to make flash drive that copy's users files silently and automatically

    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.It came from JosephS177 on 5/31 but it is nowhere to be found. The email & he said:"From: JosephS177Date: May 30, 2016. 11:51 PMSubject: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-flash-drive-that-copys-users-files-si/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"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 confirma...see more »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.It came from JosephS177 on 5/31 but it is nowhere to be found. The email & he said:"From: JosephS177Date: May 30, 2016. 11:51 PMSubject: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-flash-drive-that-copys-users-files-si/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"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."reply: http://www.instructables.com/you/backtalk/?action=reply&commentId=CUO943MIOSPDTFR "But clicking on either of those links brings me here and his Reply is nowhere to be found and believe my, I've tried.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¿

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