How to autorun programs from USB Flash Drive

dilansri2

Member
Feb 12, 2008
3,999
20
0
426677c2cbac46e17b27cc25be60d0ffa85c19.png


Like we have autoplay feature on CDs, its possible to autorun programs and applications from your removable USB flash drive, provided you use it on Windows XP SP2.

Heres a quick guide on how to autorun portable applications from your USB drive.

- Open Notepad
- Type in:
[autorun]
open=PStart.exe
action=Run PStart Program
icon=PStart.exe
label=My Portable PC

- Save the file as autorun.inf
- Put the file in the root of your USB flash drive
- The next time you insert your removable drive into your PC, the specified program will autorun from the USB drive



Here are some important notes on what the autorun.inf file contains:

open=Pstart.exe
The open option specifies the program that should autorun. You must use relative paths here. Do not specify the drive letter since it may vary from PC to PC.

action=Run PStart Program
This describes the action that will be performed. This parameter is used by Windows Explorer in the autoplay dialog.

icon=PStart.exe
Specifies the icon to be used for the USB drive. The icon can be fetched from an .EXE file or it can be in the normal .ICO format.

label=My Portable PC
The label parameter can be used to specify the name of the drive.


i think u can understan wat i'm saying :)

if anyprob ask in the thrd
 

shelan

Member
Dec 19, 2007
728
5
0
TΞΞNSTAR™ said:
hehe.. general way of creatin virus in pens... bt can gt positive use frm ths..

tnx dude..



:):):):):):):)

I used to remove this autorun.inf cos u can't stop flash drive
 

dilansri2

Member
Feb 12, 2008
3,999
20
0
shelan said:
:):):):):):):)

I used to remove this autorun.inf cos u can't stop flash drive

if the programme is running in windows we can't remove the pen. 1:)

if u can't find the programmes running, they might me viruses:nerd:
 

Madushann

Member
Feb 22, 2008
53
0
0
2 remove the pen
use taskmanager [CTRL+ALT+DEL]

but never trust autoruns, they can be severe viruses
Professionals' advice is to never run autoruns