USB is a device that you will often use in today’s life, whether at work or study, you need to use it. One of the problems that always makes people worry is USB VIRUS infection’s very easy situation while in use.
So is there any way to use USB safely or not, in this article Topthuthuat will introduce you to how to freeze USB through the NTFS Driver Protection software to prevent and protect USB safer?
Perform convert Fat32 USB to NTFS
First, you need to convert the USB format to NTFS because this software can only be used with USB with NTFS partition, so if you are using USB in FAT32, switch to NTFS to use it.
Open CMD by opening RUN dialog box then typing CMD then Enter. Continue to enter the command line below to see how to convert.
The dashed line in the image above is exactly how you can convert. Example: If the USB drive is E, enter the following:
Convert E: / FS: NTF
Interface after successfully converted. Meanwhile, the windows system will proceed and the speed is fast or slow depending on the capacity of the USB flash drive you are using.
Install and use NTFS Driver Protection
Step 1: You need to download the NTFS Driver Protection
Step 2: After downloading, extract and select the right-click button on the software icon and run with admin.
At the interface that just appears, you proceed to configure the following:
- Select drive (Target Drive): Select the USB drive that you need to freeze
- Create an unprotected folder (Unprotected File And Folder List): You can enter any name in this box, and data not in this folder will not be frozen.
- Start Protection (Start Protection): Click this button to run the software.
After pressing the Start Protection button a message will appear. And now your USB drive will be safely protected.
The data cannot be deleted, moved or copied so that the virus cannot destroy it. If you want to copy data to USB then create an unprotected folder and copy it to this folder.
Your USB directory will then look like this:
Although it is free software, NTFS Driver Protection is quite effective in protecting your USB from the influence of other computers during use, so have you used NTFS Driver Protection?