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How to delete files on write protected flashdrive without switch

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First try to unprotect it by following way given below
First try to see is there is any lock in your media device or adapter and see if its not locking that media..it looks like slide switch .for one end it will lock the media and when you switch to other side you have the full access
but if that's not the reason it might be the problem with registry
Use the Registry Hack to Disable Writing to USB Drives
Here is the link .just download the zip folder and after opening the folder you will find a file just double click on it..

http://www.howtogeek.com/wp-content/uploads/DisableUSBWrite.zip
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Hi,
It is impossible to access a password protected U3 drive unless you type in the worng password a lot of times and it will format itself and then you can write files in.
Hope this helps!

Nicholas CHUM

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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1. I would need to know exactly what brand and size of flash drive you're dealing with.

2. I'm not going to condem you for using XP home but you should really consider switching to XP pro ... thats a strong suggestion because XP home will fail to install in certan situations such as nforce2 ( reasons undisclosed by microsoft )
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