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If you’ve ever lost a USB drive before, this will be something you wish you had. If you haven’t lost one yet, then you should install this on your USB drive as soon as possible. I’ve lost two drives in the past; luckily both drives didn’t have any sensitive information on them, but I wonder if I would have got either back if I’d had this program.

USB Lost and Found simply puts a message up each time you put your drive in, which contains your contact information. The person who finds your drive can then get in contact and return your drive to you. If you are willing to pay $3.49 $8.99 for the Pro version, you get lockdown mode, which password protects your data too.

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56 thoughts on “USB Lost and Found Helps You Get Your Thumb Drive Back”

  1. Don says:

    Does this work with U3?

  2. Don says:

    Does this work with U3?

  3. Don says:

    Does this work with U3?

  4. Don says:

    Does this work with U3?

  5. Rich says:

    Don, I don’t have a U3 drive to test this on. Does anyone else?

  6. Rich says:

    Don, I don’t have a U3 drive to test this on. Does anyone else?

  7. Rich says:

    Don, I don’t have a U3 drive to test this on. Does anyone else?

  8. Rich says:

    Don, I don’t have a U3 drive to test this on. Does anyone else?

  9. Patrick says:

    What the flox is U3?

  10. Patrick says:

    What the flox is U3?

  11. Patrick says:

    What the flox is U3?

  12. Patrick says:

    What the flox is U3?

  13. Skyzyk says:

    I decided to go Pro and pushed the link. The proce was $8.99 and not #3.49 as you state. WHy is that?

  14. Skyzyk says:

    I decided to go Pro and pushed the link. The proce was $8.99 and not #3.49 as you state. WHy is that?

  15. Skyzyk says:

    I decided to go Pro and pushed the link. The proce was $8.99 and not #3.49 as you state. WHy is that?

    1. Rich says:

      Last time I checked it was $3.49. I’ve updated the post — thank you.

  16. Skyzyk says:

    I decided to go Pro and pushed the link. The proce was $8.99 and not #3.49 as you state. WHy is that?

    1. Rich says:

      Last time I checked it was $3.49. I’ve updated the post — thank you.

  17. Rich says:

    Last time I checked it was $3.49. I’ve updated the post — thank you.

  18. Rich says:

    Last time I checked it was $3.49. I’ve updated the post — thank you.

  19. Sum1 says:

    U3 is a program that comes on some flashdrives. It allows you to download lots of small versions of lots of different software. I think that Lexar Ceedo is better, though.

  20. Sum1 says:

    U3 is a program that comes on some flashdrives. It allows you to download lots of small versions of lots of different software. I think that Lexar Ceedo is better, though.

  21. Sum1 says:

    U3 is a program that comes on some flashdrives. It allows you to download lots of small versions of lots of different software. I think that Lexar Ceedo is better, though.

  22. Sum1 says:

    U3 is a program that comes on some flashdrives. It allows you to download lots of small versions of lots of different software. I think that Lexar Ceedo is better, though.

  23. Glenn says:

    Great tool. Thank you.

  24. Glenn says:

    Great tool. Thank you.

  25. Glenn says:

    Great tool. Thank you.

  26. Glenn says:

    Great tool. Thank you.

  27. Don says:

    I got brave and tried it with U3. I don’t think I’d recommend it as it made kind of a mess.

  28. Don says:

    I got brave and tried it with U3. I don’t think I’d recommend it as it made kind of a mess.

  29. Don says:

    I got brave and tried it with U3. I don’t think I’d recommend it as it made kind of a mess.

  30. Don says:

    I got brave and tried it with U3. I don’t think I’d recommend it as it made kind of a mess.

  31. shane f says:

    great program. The FREE version does all I need

  32. shane f says:

    great program. The FREE version does all I need

  33. shane f says:

    great program. The FREE version does all I need

  34. shane f says:

    great program. The FREE version does all I need

  35. Rich says:

    @Don – Thanks for trying and sorry the U3 drive didn’t work out with this program.

  36. Rich says:

    @Don – Thanks for trying and sorry the U3 drive didn’t work out with this program.

  37. Rich says:

    @Don – Thanks for trying and sorry the U3 drive didn’t work out with this program.

  38. Rich says:

    @Don – Thanks for trying and sorry the U3 drive didn’t work out with this program.

  39. JPBrogan says:

    I purchased the USBLAF Pro last Saturday. Sent this to them on Sunday with no response todate. Anybody else having this problem? Any ideas .. anyone?

    I purchased the Pro version yesterday and installed it without errors. I have tried using it on 3 different flavors of USB drives using XP Pro 32 & 64-bit and Vista Ultimate 32 & 64-bit systems without success. All the systems have autoplay/autorun enabled. I insert the ‘USB Lost and Found’ protected drive and explorer recognizes it and allow me to access it’s files, but NO message or lockout? Registry entries are correct according to what I’ve found on the Web but did notice a few entries that state (from MS) that a USB autorun.inf is NOT supported?

    I really like the concept and would like to get it working properly. Please advise. Thank you in advance for your help.

  40. JPBrogan says:

    I purchased the USBLAF Pro last Saturday. Sent this to them on Sunday with no response todate. Anybody else having this problem? Any ideas .. anyone?

    I purchased the Pro version yesterday and installed it without errors. I have tried using it on 3 different flavors of USB drives using XP Pro 32 & 64-bit and Vista Ultimate 32 & 64-bit systems without success. All the systems have autoplay/autorun enabled. I insert the ‘USB Lost and Found’ protected drive and explorer recognizes it and allow me to access it’s files, but NO message or lockout? Registry entries are correct according to what I’ve found on the Web but did notice a few entries that state (from MS) that a USB autorun.inf is NOT supported?

    I really like the concept and would like to get it working properly. Please advise. Thank you in advance for your help.

  41. JPBrogan says:

    I purchased the USBLAF Pro last Saturday. Sent this to them on Sunday with no response todate. Anybody else having this problem? Any ideas .. anyone?

    I purchased the Pro version yesterday and installed it without errors. I have tried using it on 3 different flavors of USB drives using XP Pro 32 & 64-bit and Vista Ultimate 32 & 64-bit systems without success. All the systems have autoplay/autorun enabled. I insert the ‘USB Lost and Found’ protected drive and explorer recognizes it and allow me to access it’s files, but NO message or lockout? Registry entries are correct according to what I’ve found on the Web but did notice a few entries that state (from MS) that a USB autorun.inf is NOT supported?

    I really like the concept and would like to get it working properly. Please advise. Thank you in advance for your help.

  42. JPBrogan says:

    I purchased the USBLAF Pro last Saturday. Sent this to them on Sunday with no response todate. Anybody else having this problem? Any ideas .. anyone?

    I purchased the Pro version yesterday and installed it without errors. I have tried using it on 3 different flavors of USB drives using XP Pro 32 & 64-bit and Vista Ultimate 32 & 64-bit systems without success. All the systems have autoplay/autorun enabled. I insert the ‘USB Lost and Found’ protected drive and explorer recognizes it and allow me to access it’s files, but NO message or lockout? Registry entries are correct according to what I’ve found on the Web but did notice a few entries that state (from MS) that a USB autorun.inf is NOT supported?

    I really like the concept and would like to get it working properly. Please advise. Thank you in advance for your help.

  43. Kaitlyn says:

    this is a nice program, i think it would come in really handy for someone who is a little ditzy with their things. lol

  44. Kaitlyn says:

    this is a nice program, i think it would come in really handy for someone who is a little ditzy with their things. lol

  45. Kaitlyn says:

    this is a nice program, i think it would come in really handy for someone who is a little ditzy with their things. lol

  46. Kaitlyn says:

    this is a nice program, i think it would come in really handy for someone who is a little ditzy with their things. lol

  47. Taylor Ling says:

    I will give it a try I think :) Later will tell my experience …

  48. Taylor Ling says:

    I will give it a try I think :) Later will tell my experience …

  49. Taylor Ling says:

    I will give it a try I think :) Later will tell my experience …

  50. Taylor Ling says:

    I will give it a try I think :) Later will tell my experience …

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