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    Default How to remove write protection from USB ?

    I 've been using Verbatim STORE N GO 4GB USB until now,but a strange problem happened to me.
    When i try to copy a file to the USB,it says disk is write protected remove write protection ,but i don't know where to remove this protection,my USB have not a switch, i tried a regedit solution,and i am looking forward it to set my USB value to ZERO, but i couldn't do it. If someone knows a step by step explanation it would be really helpful. Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: How to remove write protection from USB ?

    Quote Originally Posted by leon_belmont View Post
    I 've been using Verbatim STORE N GO 4GB USB until now,but a strange problem happened to me.
    When i try to copy a file to the USB,it says disk is write protected remove write protection ,but i don't know where to remove this protection,my USB have not a switch, i tried a regedit solution,and i am looking forward it to set my USB value to ZERO, but i couldn't do it. If someone knows a step by step explanation it would be really helpful. Thanks in advance.
    First thing to try is click on 'My Computer' then right click on your USB drive and look for an option in there to see if the drive shows up as protected or read only. If it does uncheck the box.

    If thats no good then go into Start>Settings>Control Panel>administrative tools>Computer Management>Disk Management and see if there's an option in there.
    Last edited by FatTrucker; November 15th, 2008 at 21:18.

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    Default Re: How to remove write protection from USB ?

    Already tried these,no option in both of them,still no prob if i can't fix it. All i wanted to do is trying to emulate PS2 in my Laptop ,tried that with a few DVDs but still even in Dual Core and NVIDIA graphic Card , i only could get 16 fps from Castlevania Lament of Innocence. Anyway if you know any other way to fix it ,you 're welcome to tell me.
    Last edited by leon_belmont; November 15th, 2008 at 21:48.
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    What was I thinking, i can watch BLU RAY with my PS3, and the game prices has dropped significantly,so i am happy again with my PS3!

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