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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda View Post
    Mag "install" sya automatically everytime na gamitin mo sya sa ibang PC. Not a big problem naman if your main concern is the security of your files.
    Sige, try ko nga. Tnx.

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by boybi View Post
    It looks like there's no software yet that can password-protect a USB flashdrive without installing the software in the computer first. I've tried all of the above softwares, and all are similar. If the software is not installed in the computer, the protected folder cannot be recognized by the computer.




    Password Protect USB 3.6.2

    Protecting folders on external and removable drives and access your folders from any computer your drive is plugged into.



    If you have several computers and your removable drive travels between them, install Password Protect USB right on your removable drive.

    Password Protect USB 3.6.2You will be able to protect/unprotect folders on multiple computers your drive is connected to. However, you will need to get just a single license as you install the program on a single external drive, not all these computers.

    Do folders retain protection when the external drive is disconnected?Yes, they do. To open the folder, you need to connect your drive to a PC, run Password Protect USB from the installation directory on your external drive, select the folder and enter the password.

    What drives are supported?
    Password Protect USB is fully compatible with all types of external and removable drives (including USB drives):

    SB flash drives, USB pen drives
    Removable drives (ZIP-drives)
    USB External hard drives
    USB External removable drives

    ...it says you have to install the soft to the removable usb drive.

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    #23
    Download ka nalang ng software and save mo file sa flashdrive. Ganon kasi ginawa ko.

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    #24
    Ang ginamit ko nalang is the U3 Launchpad of Sandisk. Fortunately, Sandisk din ang flashdrive ko. Everytime I insert the flashdrive to the PC, it will load the U3 Launchpad (but doesn't install itself to the host PC), then it will prompt for the password. Very neat.

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    #25
    Ayus... di yata mag work ung U3 kapag hindi SanDisk yung flash disk mo.

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda View Post
    Ayus... di yata mag work ung U3 kapag hindi SanDisk yung flash disk mo.
    Hindi nga. Tried it to my non-Sandisk flashdrive and wala syang makitang flashdrive.

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    #27
    Eto mga ka.tsikot
    No admin rights required na encryption. On the go, on any pc! wow.
    http://www.rohos.com/products/rohos-mini-drive/

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