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Flash Drive as computer key?

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Simple enough, I'm looking for a way to make it so to use my computers you need to have a flash plugged in for the computer to even work. A USB Key if you will. I'm sure they exist and that there's a way to convert a flash drive into one.

So... any pointers?
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If you have Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate, BitLocker supports the use of USB keys as an authentication device.
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I only have Pro.
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Anyone?
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