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I have a maxell memory stick 2mb and it keeps on telling me that the lock is on, this stick doesnot have a switch to turn it off it will not leave me delete anything off the stick can anybody help

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Check the properties on the individual file. are u trying to delete Propritory files on the Maxwell ? or your own files.

Right click on the file, then choose properties, see if its read-only. Also, check the security tab to see what permissions ur user name has. edit modify accordingly.

this may help.

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