How do you hide or remove the c:\ drive with the USB RRS feed

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  • Hello, I am writing to ask , how do you hide or remove the c:\ drive with the USB. 
    OK let me explain a long time ago I was at school in the library searching in the web with a library computer, I need some help on something in the web and I call the teacher in charge at that time, he came and removed from his neck a USB and installed it  on the computer I was working on and the c:\ drive came on, he started to search in the c:\ drive for a while then he removed it and the c:\ drive could be found, but still I was able to work normally in the computer with out the c:\ drive. I ask the teacher and he told me that the c:\ drive was in the USB that's why he have it all the time so nobody could have access in his personal folder or his c:\ drive, plus is good because no virus will penetrate his c:\ drive. NOW HOW COULD I DO THAT!
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    Monday, April 8, 2013 6:55 PM