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Password protect your own external hard drive

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Last response: in Storage
May 14, 2010 2:10:57 PM

ok i have been having some problems with my external hard drive. My cousin always takes it and uses it for his own purpose whenever he wants. i just wanted to know if theres a way to password protect it so that whenever he tries to use it another computer, he will need a password to get it.

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a c 1306 G Storage
September 10, 2013 3:11:26 PM

You guys are nice LoL
see I would load an autorun script that waited 5 minutes and then rename
a bunch of his folders, maybe kick off a virus alert or three hundred, pop up a window in the middle of the screen saying 'This is the Homeland Security, You have been deemed as a suspected terrorist and agents are on their way. Please lay face down on the living room floor with your hands behind your head. Failure to comply will be taken as a guilty plea and lead to immediate sentencing without trial.'