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The device is write protected

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by IamMike, Nov 4, 2008.

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  1. IamMike

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    How do i disable the write protection on a USB drive on a windows 2003 server client PC. I have a XP client and can access the registry but cannot edit it there has to be a way to bounce reg chk?
     
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    Hello Bill,

    Thanks a lot for your responce but that does not answer my issue. Ok, I will explain it a bit in laymans language.

    I want to paste some data on the pen drive and get a error that my pen drive is write protected and to remove write protection. How do i do this..
     
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