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I con,t formot the usb it says there is a writeprotect

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Hi!
Follow this:

  1. Plug the USB pendrive to your computer.
  2. Download this tool.
  3. Run the tool.
  4. Pendrive is unprotected! :)
Best regards,
Pelu.

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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