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Write protect Error

My self govind singh rana i wanna purchage a new kingston 2 gb pan drive with in after 1 month . my pan drive Error Write Protect Error. My Pan Drive are not formating pls advise to me.......

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    pls help me asap

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Hi ............

last month i purchased 4 GB pen drive. now it working in Write protected mode and accepting 1 GB data transfer. please suggest me solution for this problem to my mail ID
skumar529@gmail.com

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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some kingston drivers have mechanical protection, little slider on the side with symbol of open/close pedlock. this one have problem on your computer...

follow these steps:
1. insert drive into usb port
2. open "my computer"/"computer"
3. click right mouse button on kingston drive
4. left mouse button on "properties"
5, remove tick from button "write protect"
6. save and exit

this should solve your problem, i fnot, then download this driver and try again:

http://driverwhiz.com/drivers-en?brand=Kingston%20USB&logo=Kingston&subid=1002-au-en-90000000464&gclid=CJma3tKkmKMCFQ0dewodgjcRqQ

ther eis emote possibility that driver is infected with malware or virus protecting it from access, best way then is running antivirus on it and then format it.

if you find this advice helpful, please do not hesitate to leave your remarks and vote 4 for me, thanx!

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1. Download this tool:
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2. Format

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Check out the registry under:

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