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Evil_Has_Survived

D Drive

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how can I lock my D drive lol I want to lock it so my step brother can take my copy of diablo2 :) :) :mellow:


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If that does not work try this

Bro :) You

:mellow::):o



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If that does not work try this

Bro :) You

:mellow::):o

:>:>:> rofl your funny


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:):):mellow: rofl your funny

hmm i didn't get that post, link :o it sounded more like locking up folders not the D drive

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hmm i didn't get that post, link :) it sounded more like locking up folders not the D drive

Lmao... Do you ever try anything that's presented? I think I'm going to stop responding to you're threads all together until you show you actually put some effort into things.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

oh I think I get it now, and I read the help file open and close drive nothing about locking it

Edited by Evil_Has_Survived

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Try looking through security policies or something - there is definately a way to stop a user from ejecting through software - most public CD-based PC kiosks don't allow you to eject the disc. Also, most CD-ROM drives have a jumper setting in the back that will disable the front-panel eject button.

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Try looking through security policies or something - there is definately a way to stop a user from ejecting through software - most public CD-based PC kiosks don't allow you to eject the disc. Also, most CD-ROM drives have a jumper setting in the back that will disable the front-panel eject button.

thanks, but I got it :)

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thanks, but I got it :)

why do you even use the cd o_O just use d2loader or create an image

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