Question about Kingston 4GB DataTraveler 160 USB Flash Drive
Some USB flash drives have a switch or button on them to enable/disable the write protection. If it does not have a switch then it was either done with software and you will need said software to switch it, or the drive is corrupt and no longer usable.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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