How can I edit an USB auto-initiator to a SD auto-initiator?

Teagan DeLorey March 28, 2012
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I was looking into your guide on making a script How To Auto-Launch Apps With A USB Stick [Windows] How To Auto-Launch Apps With A USB Stick [Windows] Imagine having a USB stick with all of your favorite apps on it. Maybe a collection of PC troubleshooting utilities, or maybe an assortment of spreadsheet and word processing tools. Wouldn't it be pretty sweet... Read More that runs certain programs directly off a USB as soon as it’s plugged in, with the option to bypass the “auto-run” screen.

I was wondering, as I stated in the summary, if it were possible to edit this script to initiate when putting a SD card in the reader, instead of a USB.

If it helps any, the drive for my SD card reader is the F: drive. I want to use this script to automatically back up some saved games from my Wii to my computer every time I put the SD card into my computer.

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  1. ha14
    March 29, 2012 at 9:31 pm

    SanDisk’s FlashBack adapter
    http://gadgets.softpedia.com/gadgets/Connectivity-including-adapters/SanDisk-FlashBack-Adapter--8485.html

    you can try some backup software like  allway sync,  syncback, OOps backup, fbakup

    AFB
    http://autofilebackup.com/afb/index.html

  2. Susendeep Dutta
    March 29, 2012 at 3:22 pm