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Oct
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comment How can I disable write protection in my USB flash drive?
Right, I successfully completed the Diskpart method, pulled out the USB drive, then reinserted it, and it seems to be unchanged.
Oct
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comment How can I disable write protection in my USB flash drive?
I just tried the Diskpart method: it gave me the success message "Disk attributes cleared successfully", but unfortunately the USB drive is still write protected, and seems to be unchanged.
Oct
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comment How can I disable write protection in my USB flash drive?
Unfortunately, as stated in my original question, I'm unable to format it. When I select NTFS, click Start, and click OK, it gives me the error message "The disk is write protected." Or am I doing something wrong? Thanks.
Oct
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comment How can I disable write protection in my USB flash drive?
None of the data on my USB drive is needed, so it's okay if I lose it all.
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comment How can I disable write protection in my USB flash drive?
Thanks for your suggestion, but there is no Security tab, there's only General, Tools, Hardware, Sharing, and Customize. Any ideas?
Oct
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comment How can I disable write protection in my USB flash drive?
I can't tell if it's broken, and I don't know how to test for that. I can still access the files on the drive, so that might mean it's not broken.
Oct
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comment How can I disable write protection in my USB flash drive?
Unfortunately, I don't know the first thing about linux. I'm operating in Windows 7.
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