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Mine somehow got wrtie protected. now I cannot use it. How do I format it or get write protect off it. It happend shortly apfer I purchased it about a year ago when I was messing around on the PNY website and downloaded some update to it.and I have not been able to fix it or use it since.
This program for another USB flash drive worked for me
(took me two tries for it to work)
Download type: utility
Product Type: USB Flash drive
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
The low-level format utility was an excellent solution. This one works on USB drives, while other low-level ones do not. In many cases, this problem is caused by failure to use the "Safely Remove USB" tool on your system tray before you remove your flash drive. This is the little green arrow at the bottom of your screen. Even so, Vista many times will simply not release the device no matter what, in which case you should shut down before removing your device.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Take a hammer, and pound it to pieces!
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
I have same problem too... i have photos i save from my friends computer now i cannot open and access... i say WTF? any computer usb cannot open it anymore...
what is going on? what waste of MONEY!!!!
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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