Windows 10: autorun batch file usb

  1.    15 Sep 2016 #1

    autorun batch file usb


    I want run a bat file from usb stick while inserting it
    plz help me
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  2.    15 Sep 2016 #2

    autorun.inf has been disabled on usb stick since at least Windows 7 for security reasons

    There are programs you can install on your PC to monitor your USB port and then do something like this Leelu Soft: APUSB 47 1.0

    Alternatively you could make a batch file like this on your PC and run it when you insert a USB. Batch File for AutoRun.inf - Stack Overflow

    If you are trying to write something to run on any PC then there is no legitimate way of doing it - it will not work as this functionality was disabled to stop spreading malware.

    It might help a bit if you explained what you are wanting to do. What you want to run, on what PC, whether you want to run something when a specific USB is inserted or when any USB is inserted (a very bad idea imo).
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