Question about iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player
It seems as if you are not allowed to access the drive. First, make sure that any "hold" switches are turned OFF. Then, if it has an activity (read/write) light, look at it. If it is flickering, something is using it. If something is, try restarting your computer. If your activity light is off, you probably are not allowed to use it. Log in as an Administrator (for Windows or Macintosh systems) or Root (for Unix/Linux systems). If this still doesn't help, you might either have a virus or a defective flash drive.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
1. Open Notepad and do not write anything in it. Just go to File > Save as (save it with the name: autorun.inf)
2. Copy the autorun.inf file that you have created in the above step and paste in your "Pen Drives"
3. Remove your pen drive.
After removing the pendrive, re-insert in your PC. Now your anti-virus will not detect any virus in your PC. And Your pendrive is 100% safe to use.
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