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How to protect USB pendrives and hard disks from viruses


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albertspade

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Hi everybody,
I want to raise a question.
As now a days USB devices are very common in use.
They may be pendrives, portable harddisks etc.
But as we can directly attach them to the PC, they are also prone the virus infections.
If the PC to which we are connecting these devices are infected by a virus or some kind of worm, it will infect my USB media as well.
So is there any way to protect them from such kind of infections.
Some softwares or some system settings.....
Thanx.
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Rorschach112

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This isn't the area to post such a question

Please post this question in the Windows XP forum
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