Hehe, smart of you
Reminds me of in college. Someone was getting stressed because he thought he'd corrupted data on his pen drive with all his work on.
Well, he came into the IT lab where I was, and every computer tutor had had a go that was around and couldn't get it to work.
It was displaying as a floppy drive, and saying "no disc in drive A" all the time, even though it was a USb pen drive.
I simply right clicked the A drive logo (since there were 2), and up popped a password box :|
I asked him "did you place a password on it?" and he went "...yeah...". haha
The IT tutors were shocked.