Which is the most reliable free antivirus for USB flash drives that resides and runs from the device itself and doesn't need to be installed on the computer?

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Hi. Ive actually got a problem in cmd while im trying to repair my computer. (Windows Server 2012 r2) What im trying to do is to reset my password in Admin, since i can't log in on it. What i did is, i insert the bootable usb , then "repair" and go to "CMD", it brings me to X"\Windows\System32 , now, most of the time, the OS is in D: drive now or even in C: right? I do a Diskpart, list volume but only C: drive appear, and the contents of that drive is the content of bootable drive …

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Guys. I need help. I got a problem here about these newly-bought flash drive. Let me tell the story. Last days of December, 2011, my sister bought a new [I]Transcend JetFlash V30[/I] 8 GB USB Flash Drive as a gift for New Year's Eve. Then two days later, when I tried the USB Flash Drive, (and also, in order to use it, I must format the flash drive.) I plugged it to one of our PC's front USB Port. Then.. After I plugged it, a taskbar balloon pops out, saying that it identifies the new hardware. (I expect that when …

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Hi! I've searched Google for hours, but I can't find the answer anywhere. I have an 8GB flash drive, and I want to install Chromium OS on it. However, I would only need about 4GB of storage for Chromium OS. Allocating the other 4GB of space for Chromium OS seems like a waste to me. I wanted to know if it was possible for me to partition the flash drive into two 4GB partitions, with one partition being the bootable Chromium OS and the other being a normal FAT32 file system. If this is possible, can any of you kindly …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]19603[/ATTACH]I normally begin reviews with some background of the company or product I’m writing about but in this case let me say: every I.T. professional, programmer, developer, digital artist or person that carries their data and files around on a flash drive or disk needs an Imation Defender Biometric product. Personally, I keep and carry certain files on me at all times. I have an SD card in my wallet and a USB flash drive in my jacket always. I am always backing up important files that I am working, lists of passwords and accounts, code from websites I am …

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