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Physical Security Thread, Make USB flas drive Read Only in Technical; Originally Posted by clareq Without writing to the CD? But when you use a pen drive with the same files ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by clareq View Post
    Without writing to the CD? But when you use a pen drive with the same files it won't work unless it's writable? Strange.
    i know. i just dont understand it. i have contacted everyone i can at the machine manufacturers and no one can tell me what is happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenslost View Post
    this might shed some light..... the sewing machine will accept ax external CD-Rom drive plugged into its USB port and read designs from the CD...
    As the person with the write-protected drive listing that Arthur linked to, I'm going to suggest checking into customizing a U3-capable drive. There are some (possibly-dated) instructions here: Looking for a USB Flash Drive with Read Only or Write Protect Switch, and you can find more information by searching on "custom U3" or "customize U3". U3 drives present with two partitions, one as a virtual CD-ROM with software and a second that's writable.

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