Protect your Pendrive with Password

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Everyone now a days has one or two additional pendrives and hard disks with them because pendrive makes sharing of data very easy and fast. You can share large files very easily because downloading the same file from the internet would take a very long time and also utilize our data. So instead, we prefer to take that file from a friend who has that file. We can share very heavy files using pendrives because now you can even buy a pendrive with a storage capacity of 512 GB.

Not only sharing of Movies and videos, some people even share very personal data using pendrive. What if the pendrive gets lost somewhere. Is the data still Safe? Can someone else access that file except me? Afcourse, if you have not set a password on your Pendrive.

Here’s how to protect your pendrive with a password without any software. Follow the steps mentioned below to set a password on your pendrive.

Step 1) Insert the pendrive which you want to protect in your Computer.

Step 2)  Open My computer.

Step 3) Right click on your pendrive and click on Turn on BitLocker.

Step 4) Now enter the password which you want to set.

Step 5) Click next. Now it will give you some alternative methods by which you can recover back your pendrive if you forgot your password. Then you can use this file as a password.

Step 6) Save that file to your computer and again click next.

Step 7) Now the encryption process will start. This may take some time but once this process is complete, your pendrive will be secure with a password and encrypted.

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7 thoughts on “Protect your Pendrive with Password

  • August 24, 2015 at 4:32 pm
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    How to undo this when needed?

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  • August 19, 2015 at 8:43 pm
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    @ATHENEA – How about changing your PC to something that works and is more secure? After all I started laughing as soon as I saw “BitLocker” on the test, and still cannot stop LOL

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  • August 6, 2015 at 1:27 pm
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    how to hack some one’s facebook account…. please help me…

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  • August 6, 2015 at 12:43 pm
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    How to remove write protection from.sandisk pendrive? I have tried a lot, using diskpart, new partitioning etc.but this trick doesn’t work
    Now,what should I do?

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  • July 5, 2015 at 4:01 pm
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    1 month ago I requested you for subscription method on your page so that whenever any new post on this page get posted we should get that in our inbox.
    All other pages has this function 😀
    Hope you will take some time and add subscription option to your page

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  • July 4, 2015 at 1:03 am
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    thats only with windows 7…what about windows 8 ?

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