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Unable to copy any files to flash drive

I  am having problems copying any type of file to the the flash drive.
A message appears < files on this CD-ROM drive are read only.You cannot copy or move files over to this CD-ROM drive>
I have looked at the properties of the any of the files and the read only box is unchecked.
Many thanks in advance.

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  • Coco999 Oct 24, 2007

    Many thanks guys for your solutions. I couldnt see the tiny switch, so i decided to uninstall the U3 software which didnt help matters.
    So i will be returning the Memory stick and purchase another.
    No doubt ill be back with more problems.
    Cheers.

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Hello Coco999,

Every Flash Drive has a teeny-tiny switch for write-protection. Could it be that the switch is in the wrong position? It may be hard to find... can you please tell me the brand name and model of the flash drive? I may be able to help you find it.

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Posted on Oct 24, 2007

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Attempt to unlock the drive. If there is no content of importance on the drive, you may just need to reformat it.

Posted on Oct 24, 2007

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