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Transfer problems i had a friend sync music to my flash drive but i cant get them off how do i get the songs off

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Check if your USB Flash Drive is operating in "read-only mode". See if there's a "write-protect" switch on it and switch that to OFF.

Delete your file. If not, try reformatting it. Make sure to backup your own files first.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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