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Old 08-20-2010, 05:43 PM   #1
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Hey there i have a SDHC card in a card reader that i keep some of my important data on and i was wondering if there was anyway i can make it were you can only access it only with a password?

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I think you can only lock usb drive, not sure about SDHC card.
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ok the SDHC card is in a usb reader, will that work or does it have to be a usb flash drive?
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ok the SDHC card is in a usb reader, will that work or does it have to be a usb flash drive?
Just buy a USB drive, there pretty cheap. you can just transfer your information over to the USB drive. here's a FREE software that allows you to lock your USB dive.- http://www.newsoftwares.net/usb-secure/ .Theres USB drive out there that come with a built in security features but cost more than a regular drive.
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ok thanks
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np,GL.
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Actually, you could use truecrypt to partition and encrypt the drive. not sure if its what you want though. Truecrypt is free software and you can also encrypt your whole HDD
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