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2GB Disk but only 357MB is writeable

My HP c320W USB Device is 2 GB but i can copy 357MB on it and an erroe shows " Cannot copy ..... Write -protected insert new disk."

I have formated the drive but no result

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Have tried formatting it..If not u have to format it first...And see how much free space in property of usb device...

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