I have already used my pendrives as bootable windows installation drives and know how to do it.
But now I want to make a bootable windows (8.1) installation "disk" from my flashdrive, and this flashdrive should be write-protected. (it shouldn't be possible to overwrite the partition)
Here is the chipgenius report :
Description: [E:]USB-Massenspeichergerät(SMI USB DISK)Device Type: Mass Storage DeviceProtocal Version: USB 2.00Current Speed: High SpeedMax Current: 500mAUSB Device ID: VID = 090C PID = 1000Serial Number: AA00000000004572Device Vendor: PSPloverDevice Name: PSPloverDevice Revision: 1100Manufacturer: SMIProduct Model: USB DISKProduct Revision: 1100Controller Vendor: SMIController Part-Number: SM3257ENAA - ISP 130430-AA-Flash ID code: ECD798CE - Samsung K9ABGD8U0B - 1CE/Single Channel [TLC-8K] -> Total Capacity = 4GB
It's an older intenso rainbow stick with an SM3257ENAA chip, and I can't remember to see an option in the manufacture tool.
I hope someone can give me an useful advise
Edited by PSPlover, 02 January 2017 - 01:23 PM.