Posted 26 March 2013 - 06:37 PM
To perform this safely follow these steps: As you insert the drive hold down the left shift key (not sure if the right one does the same function). Be sure to hold down the shift key until the drive is recognized by Windows explorer. This will suppress any auto start applications that might be present on the thumb drive. Once the drive is inserted and recognized you can scan the drive with your ESET Smart Security.
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