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Your drive is write protected

When i try to save any doc to the flash drive . i got the message your drive is write protected take off the write protect or use another drive

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The write protection will either be a switch on the side of the device or is done through the software that came with your flash drive. If this is a USB drive and not something like an SD card, you may be able to remove the write-protect with the windows drive utility or from a linux command line.

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