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Saving to USB

Says everything write-protected

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Hello,
firslty rearrange the lock to unlock position on the ubs flash drive then format it with hp format tool and before it you checked it with antivirus programme, then try i think it will solve your problem.
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Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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