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  1. Jime234

    sata vs usb speeds

    Hi, I have a 5400 rpm 500 GB laptop hdd. I tested its speed with crystal disk mark in the laptop and the speeds were about 20 mbps. But when I tested the same hdd with a usb enclosure, the speeds were about 90 mbps! how can there be such a huge difference? Am I missing some drivers or something?
  2. Long time no see, I finally had time to post😭. In our daily life, we often meet children secretly open their own computers to play games.Or when you leave and forget to lock your computer, someone uses a USB flash drive to copy your important file.Although we will set password or encryption to important files but it is still not safe enough.Here will be introduced two method to solve these problems, and one method requires the use of an application and another method only needs to use the command. Method one: USB Shutdown: download link:(https://www.trishtech.com/downloads/usb-shutdown.zip) Here we will download an application.It will constantly detect the connection of USB devices after the computer is turned on. When we access or unplug USB devices, we can execute a command. We can set this command to shutdown.And this is a portable software, no need to install.It can shut down the computer when someone connects to the USB device without permission.This will prevent others from copying their own documents. As the picture, click " Abort Shutdown " You can abort the shutdown. Code explanation: shutdown /s /f /t20 The "t" behind represents the time to delay the shutdown. For example, the above command means shutdown after 20 seconds. Of course we can change it to 1. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Method Two: We can also use the code to detect the encrypted device in the USB device when it is turned on, and automatically shut down if it is not detected. 1.Plug in the USB drive and look at its disk character on your computer. My computer is located in the“ F” disk. 2.Create a file called "haha.txt" on your USB flash drive.(The file name can be changed at will.) 3.Open Notepad, enter the following command and then save as " bat " Batch File Formats. ifnotexist F:\haha.txt shutdown-s-t 8 -c"You can't use a computer" This line of code means that there is no "haha.txt" file in the “F” disk (USB flash drive, turn off the computer after 8 seconds and displays "You cannot use a computer". 4.Next, open the local group policy editor. gpedit.msc Open the following path. Local Computer Policy 、 Computer Configuration 、 Windows Settings 、 Scripts (start / shutdown) 、 start 5.Pull in batch files will be completed. Life learning in school is really tired, but as long as I go back to the forum, I can feel the long-lost happiness.🤪
  3. LeeSmithG

    [Request] Android App

    Sup. Anyone now of where I can download a freeware app that will allow me to transfer data from an android to a usb key connected to Android unit? Have searched, drew some blanks. All I found was how to transfer from Android to Mac.
  4. I apologize for bumping this old thread, but I am having the exact same issue as the OP, and would like to follow the steps he outlined to correct the problem. However, the links provided by rahuldohare & dcs18 to the file required for the fix (TXTSETUP.SIF) are dead. Does anyone have a good link to this file?
  5. Whenever I plug/unplug a device it wakes up my PC which is frustrating. Such as turning my dual HDD dock on/off or connecting/disconnecting my phone. I have unchecked all the "allow this device to wake the computer" I could even though my dock and phone don't have those options in Device Manager. I have done the same for mouse & keyboard, just in-case. I have even disabled 'wake timers' and 'USB selective suspend'. in the power options. I'm stumped....
  6. gigapurbalingga

    Win8.1ToUSB 2014

    Win8.1ToUSB can assist you in easily transforming a USB flash drive into a source for deploying Windows on a computer. What this application actually does it create a bootable USB device that can help you re-install the operating system when your computer has booting problems. Simplistic bootable USB creator In the attempt to keep things as simple as possible, this application features a minimalistic interface that encases only a few options you need for creating the bootable USB drive. The GUI consists of a single window with clear and accessible options. Your only task is to select the DVD source and the target USB drive. Prior to pressing the 'Start' button to initiate the copying process, make sure that you selected the correct drives and that the storage capacity of the target USB device is large enough to fit all the files. The 'Refresh' button enables you to get the updated list of connected drives. Win8.1ToUSB features action logging, which helps you monitor its progress in real-time. The application starts by preparing the target drive and continues with copying files from one drive to another. Win8.1ToUSB is a rather simple application that enables you to create bootable USB drives containing Windows installations. It is capable of placing a Windows 8.1 64-bit installation on a 4GB flash drive, allowing you to deploy the copy on any PC. With the help of Win8.1ToUSB, you can place a Windows distribution on a USB device and install it on a new computer from there. Features Added: Program has been rewritten for better performance and reliability.User interface has been redesigned.Added another progress bar added to report current file copy progressSize : 27 Kb License : Freeware OS : Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8 64 bit Virustotal : https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/7d7791686c63db7dd5ff6d0f074a5e7fc18b2434ec972e4d81fcf3951c5ccc48/analysis/1394879918/ Link Download FireDrive http://www.firedrive.com/file/2BE604DE9EEE1098 MirrorCreator http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/VTEP3NMS/_www.gigapurbalingga.com__Win8.1ToUSB.rar_links
  7. alankubiak01

    ExImager Project

    ExImager Project is a very light software which allows to make backups of perfect size of SD / USB, it is able to make backups of OS in only a few minutes (for larger OS), compared to Win32DiskImager (and other ) which take 30 minutes to make an OS backup (of 2GB) while ExImager Project takes only about 3 minutes and is exactly the same size as the OS which was written, ExImager can also make compressed backups with an example (.ZIP - .GZ - .TGZ). And it also has a very fast OS writing functionality, and there is also the possibility to choose whether we want to create MBR partitions on the device or not. There is also a functionality to delete MBR partitions to renisialize devices, and more ... The Project : https://sourceforge.net/projects/eximager/ Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/eximager/files/latest/download The Softpedia review : https://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Boot-Manager-Disk/ExImager-Project.shtml Join the Discord server ! : https://discord.gg/pndm5Ra
  8. HandyPAF

    naBoota 1.0.0 Alpha

    Create bootable USB drives with ease. naBoota is a bootable USB drive creator utility with a simple and easy to use UI. With naBoota, even if you never used a program to create a bootable USB drive before, you will easily be able to do it. All you need to use naBoota is a USB drive and the .iso image of the OS you want. It includes the essential features you will need in a utility like this, but without many very advanced features that will make your head spin. With a UI inspired by Windows 10’s Fluent Design, it both looks nice and is familiar. ----- Requirements: - Windows 7 (or above) - DirectX 9 (or above) compatible graphics card with at least 32MB of memory - DirectX 9 (or above) ----- Homepage: https://sodiumworks.com/naboota/ Download: https://www.sodiumworks.com/repository/naboota/nabootaWin/naBootaLauncher.exe
  9. HandyPAF

    naBoota 1.2

    Create bootable USB drives with ease. naBoota is a bootable USB drive creator utility with a simple and easy to use UI. With naBoota, even if you never used a program to create a bootable USB drive before, you will easily be able to do it. All you need to use naBoota is a USB drive and the .iso image of the OS you want. It includes the essential features you will need in a utility like this, but without many very advanced features that will make your head spin. With a UI inspired by Windows 10’s Fluent Design, it both looks nice and is familiar. It supports the following file systems: NTFS, FAT32 It supports the following image files: .iso, .zip, .rar, .7z, .dmg ----- Requirements: - Windows 7 (or above) - DirectX 9 (or above) ----- Homepage: https://sodiumworks.com/naboota/ Download: https://sodiumworks.com/nabootaWinDownload
  10. DOWNLOAD (12MB): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/10636502/ENDO-BOOT-2019.rar.html
  11. Hello Nsaners, hope someone can assist me with the following. I have a Galaxy S9 with the latest update installed (G960FXXU7CSJ1/G960F0CM7CSJ1/G960FXXU7CSI6). I have been trying to connect it to my laptop but I keep failing every single time. The below are checked more than once • Android Driver correctly installed • USB debugging is enabled • Wiped cache partition • Tried different cable • Tried the USB C converter that came with the phone. No USB detected
  12. Greetings everyone, This guide will help you to convert bootable Windows OS USB Flash drive into an ISO file which can be used with VMware Player or to make a bootable USB Flash drive later on. (a) You will need to Download oscdimg . Site: https://www.sevenforums.com Sharecode: /attachments/tutorials/32382d1256189124-make-bootable-iso-student-d-l-oscdimg.zip (b) Extract and copy to: C:\Windows\System32 . (c) On the C:\ Drive create a folder called ISO. This will be the folder where your Windows ISO is created in. (d) Copy the following command below to a Notepad. For UEFI : oscdimg -u2 -udfver102 -lWin_x86-64 -bF:\efi\microsoft\boot\efisys.bin F:\ C:\ISO\WinUEFI.iso For LEGACY/BIOS : oscdimg -u2 -udfver102 -lWin_x86 -bF:\boot\etfsboot.com F:\ C:\ISO\WinBIOS.iso Instructions below are given for UEFI but are identical for LEGACY/BIOS: The above command is for the F:\ Drive ( i.e.,Windows OS USB Flash drive), if your drive is different, update the Drive Letter referencing the efisys.bin file. (e) Save the file as USBtoUEFI_ISO.bat for this you need to save as All Files otherwise it will be saved as USBtoUEFI_ISO.bat.txt. (f) Now Right click the bat file and select run as administrator. (g) The Command Window will pop-up, wait for it to disappear. (h) You now have the ISO file created in C:\ISO viz., WinUEFI.iso . That's all. Credits: @philipyip & @123m.m P.S.: The above command can also be used to create .iso image from files/folders, this is something similar to Imgburn program.
  13. alankubiak01

    FasterImageFlasher ULTIMATE

    FasterImageFlasher Ultimate has been completely redesigned to be the most economical, simple, lightweight and fast. This software allows you to perform operations such as flashing an image (.IMG -.ISO), formatting a disk, making a disk backup, telling if the disk is ready for use, showing the details of the selected disk... Thank you to the administrators of nsane.forums! Homepage: https://sourceforge.net/projects/fasterimageflasher-ultimate/ Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/fasterimageflasher-ultimate/files/latest/download
  14. alankubiak01

    ExFormatter

    ExFormatter is a drive formatter that allows you to do a complete and fast formatting, with advanced formatting tools. Features: The selectable file system : FAT32 - NTFS - exFAT - reFS - UDF CD selection, removables devices Quick format Formatting partitions Event Logs Allocation unit size selection Download : https://sourceforge.net/projects/exformatter/
  15. mephistooo2

    Grub2 File Manager USB Install

    Secure Boot Grub2 File Manager USB Install The script works automatically with administrator rights, just double-click it. ATTENTION: With this script, your USB HDD or flash disk that you want to install Grub2 File Manager will be completely formatted. Take precaution for data loss. This script is only works on Windows 10, don't try it on down versions. You will encounter errors With Script, you can easily install Grub2 File Manager for your USB HDD and flash disks. The script creates a 40 MB FAT32 partition to the first part of the USB disk you select and copies files of Grub2 File Manager to this part. Formats the rest of the disk as NTFS. The FAT32 part gets the V drive letter and the NTFS part gets the W drive letter. Drivers of these letters on your computer before running the script make sure it is not used by. The script can also be installed on vhd and vhdx virtual disks. Grub2 File Manager installed USB disk works in both MBR and UEFI mode. It also works when secure boot is on in UEFI mode but it may not works on every hardware. In this case secure boot from the bios settings of the relevant computer it should be closed. The USB disk with Grub2 File Manager installed runs smoothly in UEFI mode on x64 processors, but I couldn't test it because I don't have a computer that supports x86 UEFI, it should run theoretically. Download Link: Site: https://mega.nz Sharecode: /#!sMoCSKAL!Cf8SGFlYS-zwU6xBMfrNokJcaE4vOzv9PiCH3niSx8E RAR Pass: 2019 Note: Use WinRar v5x for extract Credits: @a1ive Grub2 File Manager Github Link: https://github.com/a1ive/grub2-filemanager
  16. How to upgrade Windows 10 with USB, DVD or local media Most Windows 10 devices are upgraded to newer versions of the operating system using Windows Update or Enterprise-grade update management solutions. While that works out fine in many cases, some administrators may prefer (or need) to upgrade using other methods. Common scenarios where this may be preferred are local installations without Internet connection, upgrading multiple PCs, or running into errors when trying to upgrade using Windows Update. Microsoft provides options to create Windows 10 installation media. You may write the data to an USB Flash Drive or DVD, or run the setup directly from the ISO image that gets created during the process. The following guide walks you through the steps of installing or upgrading Windows 10 using these methods. Step 1: Create the installation media or ISO image You may use Microsoft's Media Creation Tool to create Windows 10 installation media. Visit the official Microsoft website and download the Media Creation Tool to your system. Click on the "Download tool now" button to start the process. Run the program once it is on the local system. Note that you can only run it on Windows systems. Accept the Software License Terms on the first screen to proceed. Select "create installation media" on the next screen. While you can use it to "upgrade the PC now" as well, it is better, usually, to use installation media as it gives you more control and options should something go wrong. Keep the detected language, edition and architecture settings, or change them if you need installation media for a different setup. Select which media you want: USB flash drive or ISO file. USB Flash Drive: needs to have at least 8 Gigabytes of space. Note that all data on the drive will be deleted in the process. ISO: no requirements but you need a blank DVD if you want to burn it to DVD (may need dual-layer DVD). The tool downloads the latest available Windows 10 installation from Microsoft. If you select the USB option, data is saved to the USB drive and it is prepared so that you may boot from it. If you select ISO, you get the option to burn it to a DVD if a DVD writer is available. Otherwise, the ISO is just saved to the local system. Using Windows 10 installation media to upgrade The installation process depends on the installation media. Option 1: using USB or DVD installation media This is probably the common option to upgrade a Windows 10 system. You need to have the installation media at hand to perform the upgrade. Connect the USB Flash drive to the PC you want to upgrade or insert the DVD into the drive. Start the PC or restart it. Some systems pick up the installation media automatically and boot from it. If that is not the case, you need to change the boot order (from default hard drive) to the installation media so that it is used. This is done in the BIOS of the PC. Check instructions on the screen to find out how to enter BIOS, usually using ESC, DEL, F1 or one of those keys. In BIOS, change the boot priority so that the PC checks USB or DVD boot media first before using hard drives. Make sure you select "keep files and apps" in the setup dialog if you want to upgrade and not do a clean install. Follow the instructions to install the Windows 10 upgrade on the device. Option 2: installing directly using an ISO image If you don't want to install from USB or DVD, or cannot, you may run setup directly from the ISO image instead. Note that you need to select ISO during creation for that. Open File Explorer on the Windows 10 device. Navigate to the folder the ISO image has been saved to (e.g. the Downloads folder). Right-click on the ISO image and select Open With > Windows Explorer. Doing so mounts the ISO image on Windows so that you may browse it and run files directly. Open the mounted Windows installation ISO image from the sidebar list of all connected drives and locations if that did not happen automatically. Launch the setup.exe file that you find in the root folder of the mounted image; this starts the setup and thus the upgrade of the system. If you are asked whether you want to "get important updates", select "not right now". Make sure you select that "keep personal files and apps" is selected if you want to keep your programs, settings, and files. Follow the screens to upgrade the device using the ISO image. Source: How to upgrade Windows 10 with USB, DVD or local media (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
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