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Flash Disk problem

I have flash disk when i open or format it it gives me the massage of write-protected.

please help me.

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Hi asad_wouria,

Try it on another computer or try to format it. If it continues to give that message then you need to get it replaced at the reseller or with Kingston.

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Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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