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

    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 pressENTER.If you are prompted for an administrator password or forconfirmation, type the password, or click Allow.Under Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, then expand WindowsComponents, and then click Autoplay Policies.In the Details pane, double click on Turn off Autoplay ,and make sure that it is set to disabledIn the Details pane, double click on Default behavior for Autorun, set i...see more »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 pressENTER.If you are prompted for an administrator password or forconfirmation, type the password, or click Allow.Under Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, then expand WindowsComponents, and then click Autoplay Policies.In the Details pane, double click on Turn off Autoplay ,and make sure that it is set to disabledIn the Details pane, double click on Default behavior for Autorun, set it to Enabled and then select Automatically execute the autorun commandsRestart your computer."

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