Make Pan Drive Password Protected Without Software
1. Go to the flash drive, and put everything in one folder titled Flash
2. On a computer, open up notepad (Start+R and type in ‘notepad’) type: @echo off setlocal enabledelayedexpansion title Password :START cls echo Please Enter password… echo. set /p pass=Pass: if /i ‘!pass!’==’ENTERYOURPASSWORDHERE’ goto next cls echo !pass! is not the password. Try again. pause goto START :next if exist D:/Flash ( set Jbe=D ) if exist E:/Flash ( set Jbe=E ) if exist F:/Flash ( set Jbe=F ) if exist G:/Flash ( set Jbe=G ) if exist H:/Flash ( set Jbe=H ) if exist I:/Flash ( set Jbe=I ) if exist J:/Flash ( set Jbe=J ) if exist K:/Flash ( set Jbe=K ) if exist L:/Flash ( set Jbe=L ) if exist M:/Flash ( set Jbe=M ) %Jbe%: start explorer.exe Flash || goto ERROR exit :ERROR cls echo There was an error opening the file. Would you like echo to try again??? echo. set /p jam=Yes or No: if /i ‘%jam%’==’yes’ goto next if /i ‘%jam%’==’no’ goto seeya cls if not defined jam goto ERROR echo %jam% is an invalid option. Try again. pause goto ERROR :seeya Cls echo Well, see ya! ping -n 2 127.0.0.1>nul exit
===================================================== Once you’ve copied and pasted that into notepad, save as Password.bat in your flash drive (don’t put it under any folders) you can down this bat file from here. Then, you go START+R and type in CMD.
Then, type in (THe drive is the letter with the colon that is assigned to your flash drive EX: J:, E:)
YOURDRIVE: attrib Flash +s +h
example: E: attrib Flash +s +h
Now, you need to put in the password to open your files. I know it’s a
long process, but you’ll appreciate this in the long run. I use this for
my flash drive, and it works great. If I made an error and it doesn’t
work, post that.
Where it says YOURPASSWORDHERE, delete that and type in your password you wish to use to open your flash drive.