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Not enough permission on usb

I have an Asus Eee 4g and when i put any usb stick in it says that i dont have permission to open it, up to now it has been working fine.

I use it alot to work on and transfer data from my desktop to this so cant understand why i suddenly cant use my usb any ideas?

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You logged in as administrator? could you have a bug/ hacker who assumed administrative privelages?

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