USB Oblivion 188.8.131.52
This utility designed to erase all traces of USB-connected drives and CD-ROMs from the registry in Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 32/64-bit versions. The utility has a test mode of operation, i.e. without actually removing data from the registry, and, just in case, creates a .reg-file to undo any changes. There is also a fully automatic mode.
- -enable - Do real clean (simulation otherwise);
- -auto - Automatic run;
- -nosave - Don't save backup .reg-file;
- -lang:XX - Use language XX (hex-code);
- -silent - Hidden mode (if possible);
- -? - Show this help.
- -lang:07 - German (by Kristine Baumgart)
- -lang:08 - Greek (by Geogeo)
- -lang:09 - English (by Nikolay Raspopov)
- -lang:0a - Spanish (by CesarRG)
- -lang:0c - French (by Miel, Mathieu Bergounioux)
- -lang:10 - Italian (by Marcello)
- -lang:12 - Korean (by 4Li)
- -lang:15 - Polish (by dmocha)
- -lang:16 - Brazilian Portuguese (by Paulo Guzmán)
- -lang:19 - Russian (by Nikolay Raspopov)
- -lang:1d - Swedish (by Ake Engelbrektson)
- Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8 32/64-bit;
- About 2 MB of disk space. No installation needed;
- Administrative privileges.
To help in USB Oblivion translation you'll need to perform next steps:
- Download and install poEdit utility;
- Download USBOblivion.pot (translation template);
- Translate it by poEdit to your language;
- Save to file under name "USBOblivion32.exe.XX.po" or "USBOblivion64.exe.XX.po" near USBOblivion32.exe or USBOblivion64.exe correspondingly. Where "XX" is a 2- or 4-digit hexadecimal primary language identifier for example "09" - English, "19" - Russian, "07" - German, etc.
- Test it. Application loads translation according to the default Windows language. To select any other language you must specify a command-line option "-lang:XX" (without quotes) where XX is a hexadecimal language code.
- Send PO-file to me firstname.lastname@example.org please.
- English (built-in)
Translation for USB Oblivion provided by my "PO-Localization 184.108.40.206" library.
© Николай Распопов