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    Quote Originally Posted by traq View Post
    I don't even use windows anymore.
    What are you using (please don't be mac...)

    Yes, they disabled it so you can't put virus onto peoples computers when yo plug in a usb and all that stuff...
    I know they disabled it on windows 7. They've also stopped cds from being able to run programs automatically (now it just comes up with the autoplay window...)

    I was wondering if there's a work around...

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    I use Linux (Ubuntu).

    When I was using windows, I disabled auto run anyway.. that discussion I linked to was the closest answer I could find, though I couldn't test it, obviously

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    Hmmm, I looked at the powershell option... Might try it later (when I've got time). Thanks for that traq!

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    I probably shouldn't have bumped this but what if you took the U3 thingy,app,mini operating system and put it on another flashdrive. I haven't tried it yet but I used to use it to access off limit areas in locked down computers.

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