javaManThe Dude abides.Premium,MVM
San Luis Obispo, CA
I'm going to assume you haven't used up all your drive letters. Try assigning letters higher in the alphabet, like S, T, or U. One of the problems with U3 is that is creates two drives: the virtual CD-ROM (which enables the auto run features) and the USB drive. Have you reassigned both?
Just a quick question. Do you really need the U3? There is an uninstall utility that will remove it. You can create an auto run file for the USB drive and install a menu utility (if you need one) that will replace the U3 nonsense. Of course, you won't be able to use software that utilizes U3 but there is no shortage of software that doesn't need it.
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness. . . Isa. 5:20