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Try with other computer...then also it doesn't get work,replace it if u have warranty for tat
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
SOURCE: Pen Drive writet Protection
The first thing to do is try it in a different computer to see if you get the same problem. Flash drives, as far as I've seen them, have no option to enable write protection unless you have it specifically set like that in your operating system. If it works on a different computer, you can safely put it down to a problem with your computer and not the flash drive. On an off-chance, check for any sort of slider on the flash drive (like on floppy disks) - if there is one, toggle it and try again. Good luck!
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