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Probably way too geeky, but since I made them, it gives me a smile. You'll get a bunch of results for icons of all sizes and types, but the awesome part is that you can filter the search results based on size, type, time, color, Any suggestions?

I have made an autorun.inf to fun an application on my USB automatically ,but it does not work on Win7.......Is there a solution???

For some reason my open, action, and shell The problem is the autorun.... check over here

My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Compaq Presario CQ61-223SA OS Windows 7 Professional 32-bit Memory 2GB mkr10001 View Public Profile Find More Posts by mkr10001 . 05 Nov 2011 #2 Tweet Like Google+ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Back to top Comments Login or Register Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. Change the file type to "All" and name it AUTORUN.inf 7 Your autorun.inf file would look like this: [AutoRun] label=My USB Drive ICON=myusbdrive.ico 8 Keep in mind that the ICON name http://www.wikihow.com/Change-the-Icon-of-Removable-Drives

When you find the one you want, count off the icons to determine the correct index. If you want something really fast you can open Explorer and simply perform a search for *.ICO. So, I just plug the usb, it will run automatically.

Please help, thanks....

OPen and ShellExecute cannot open multimedia files.

binary files only.

Windows 7 has prevention for Autorun script. so cool.Ellison BianWednesday, 11 January 2012 14:09:40 UTCIf only it would support png files like the rest of the planet :)Tom McKearneyThursday, 12 January 2012 11:09:10 UTCHey Scott,This post reminded me

Use the converted file as the icon of your drive. Firstly, click on the drop down box next to Save as type and choose All Files. Co-authors: 27 Updated: Views:266,776 Quick Tips Related ArticlesHow to Change or Create Desktop Icons for WindowsHow to Use Large Icons in Windows XPHow to Find a Lost Firefox or Internet Explorer The email address is not made public.

If you apply both to the same drive, the Autorun.inf file takes precedence. All that will change is the name of the USB drive, and the icon that goes with it.Open Notepad (or Notepad++ or what ever you use) and type the following:autorunicon=NAME.icolabel=NAMEBEFORE YOU the only way to autorun is to download an application that permits it ON YOUR COMPUTER ONLY.

how do i put more than one open=open.exe in the autorun file?

write in the file


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Video Tips You will need to remove the drive, then plug it back in to see the changes. Design by @jzy MESSAGES LOG IN Log in Facebook Google Email No account yet? Offer valid for new app downloads only. Use the converted file as the icon of your drive.

News/ Opinions/ Features/ Deals/ How-To/ Business / Small Business Enterprise Startup Spotlight Business Software Index Video/ Subscribe Top Searches Best Laptops Antivirus Android Apps Wireless Routers Trending Smart Home Drones Windows http://lifehacker.com/188852/assign-a-custom-icon-to-your-flash-drive About Newsletter Sponsored By Hosting By Comments [25] Share on: Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or use the Permalink Tuesday, 10 January 2012 08:05:30 UTCThis epic icon was was making my other If you have a .PNG image which you wish to set as your drive icon, visit an icon conversion site, upload the file, then download the converted file in .ICO format. An icon file is NOT a picture you got off the internet.

Working fine now. http://webgeninfosystems.com/hard-drive/hard-drive.html How is Folder > Properties > Customize supposed to work? (It doesn't for drives.)Charles FlattTuesday, 10 January 2012 16:06:02 UTCAs a side note, don't forget to add higher res sizes to While we recommend that you place the icon file in the root of the removable drive also, you should know that you can place it in any folder you want to, The latter is the best you can buy under ASUS’ brand: it comes with powerful hardware, an impressive build quality and many promises.

See eg http://forums.techarena.in/customize-desktop/1090682.htmTobias DiezTuesday, 10 January 2012 22:06:46 UTCI dig the one for the VS Command Prompt...Trey WhiteWednesday, 11 January 2012 00:16:59 UTCAwesome stuff Scott. the autorun not working for me.WHY?????????The problem is windows 7, I tried on win XP and it worked fine, it also works for vistaThe icons are fine but this isnt working, This Autorun.inf file will not work on a drive where Autorun mode is turned off or where an antivirus program can rename or remove it (ex: Autorun.inf.ren). http://webgeninfosystems.com/hard-drive/new-hard-drive.html Create an account EXPLORE Community DashboardRandom ArticleAbout UsCategoriesRecent Changes HELP US Write an ArticleRequest a New ArticleAnswer a RequestMore Ideas...

can anybody tell me what happen. Now whenever your plug your USB drive into your computer or any computer for that matter, you'll see your custom icon and label! The email address is not made public.

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If you do happen to run into an issue using a complicated label, then try putting quotes around the label name. That's it! When it was launched, it was also the first smartphone in the world to offer 6 GB of RAM memory. Http://myblog4fun.comDavid MohornFriday, 13 January 2012 02:34:51 UTCI love it how really smart geeks (my tribe), do silly tech things that are so cool!Tom WattsTom WattsFriday, 13 January 2012 04:36:20 UTCWhy not

Using an Autorun file is your solution. i am trying to make an autorun.inf file of a batch file the coding of autorun.inf is this


icon=jatin bal.ico

label=Removable Disk

open=JB Anti-Virus.bat

action=Mouse Disable

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Now, copy the autorun.inf and the icon file t o the removable drive. This also works on internal hard drives, cd-rs, and any other drives that support Autorun.