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write protected drive partition stops attempt to run chkdsk

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by jrbuergel, Jul 11, 2016.

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  1. jrbuergel

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    My newly created and updated Norton Bootable Recovery Tool scan fails with it on a USB flash drive on my Windows 7 system. And when I use the command prompt to run the NTFS file system check tool, ( chkdsk /f ), it says unable to run due to that drive partition is write protected, so then it is read only. So do I need to boot to a partition tool to fix this issue or what can be a solution. ? And below is my computer system information;
    Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
    OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7400 @ 2.80GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
    Processor Count: 2
    RAM: 8191 Mb
    Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT, 1024 Mb
    Hard Drives: C: Total - 76801 MB, Free - 25038 MB; D: Total - 66560 MB, Free - 12498 MB; E: Total - 30721 MB, Free - 13326 MB; H: Total - 20479 MB, Free - 20388 MB; I: Total - 32548 MB, Free - 32456 MB; J: Total - 22527 MB, Free - 22114 MB; K: Total - 218880 MB, Free - 218782 MB;
    Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC., P5QL PRO
    Antivirus: Norton Security, Updated and Enabled
     
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    hey Jim there's no where to send you a message so just wanted to thank you here for your advice on how to remove works 8.. worked great !
    best, Mike
     
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