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    Hi LA, thanks for the info. Shortly after my...

    Hi LA, thanks for the info. Shortly after my last posts to this thread, I got a HUGE influx of work, and have spent very little time doing further research on that aspect. I've been fairly happy...
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    Still playing... So far, the only interesting...

    Still playing... So far, the only interesting change I can make (that does anything noticable) is that I have changed the name of the drive (one of them, anyway). So now when I insert it instead of...
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    Actually I'm using Hexplorer, and I found I can...

    Actually I'm using Hexplorer, and I found I can examine the disk directly by sector (in NT/2000/XP). I was on a ME box before, it didn't have that option there. I've been able to view the disk...
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    That's what I'm referring to. My hex editor will...

    That's what I'm referring to. My hex editor will open any file I see in the directory under my usb drive- but I don't see any firmware files to edit/open.... just the files I've put in there...
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    Now that sounds interesting. It might translate...

    Now that sounds interesting. It might translate into breaking the boot sector down into individual bits- some may be boolean flags... f8 would be 1111 1000 in binary, and if I recall correctly (if...
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    That's an interesting idea... but I also am not...

    That's an interesting idea... but I also am not too familiar with Firmware manipulation on USB devices.

    In the interim... here's what I AM looking at that seems promising- at least for using on XP...
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    You're right about the "defeats the purpose"...

    You're right about the "defeats the purpose" thought! Not so concerned about space savings... they make these things up to 4 or 6G now, so I can spare a few meg if I get the function... but that RM...
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    Thanks for the link, interesting reading. I'll...

    Thanks for the link, interesting reading. I'll continue my investigations as well.

    Besides creating a CDFS partition, or changing the RMB, can you think of any other way to create an autorun...
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    Regarding the Panda AV scanner- I can attest that...

    Regarding the Panda AV scanner- I can attest that their online scanner DOES pick up things that others don't... however- when I was sufficiently impressed with their scanner enough to actually buy...
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    Short of fire or running over by large vehicles,...

    Short of fire or running over by large vehicles, not too much is irreversible- at least with software changes! :)

    I also had run the uninstaller, so we're both in the same boat. I'm going to try...
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    Hi, I am on the same quest as you. I also...

    Hi,

    I am on the same quest as you. I also wiped the U3 crap and am working on putting a CDFS partition back on, but with an autorun that will run my little AutoIt routine. I'd like for this to...
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