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My verbatim USB 2 GB is write protected. I am not able to remove write protection. Please suggest to solve the problem.

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It has password protection. Open My Computer on your PC, insert the USB drive, open the password file, enter your password, then select the option to remove password protection from the USB drive. If this does not work, contact Verbatim for a solution, these USB flash drives have lifetime warranties.

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SOURCE: REMOVE WRITE PROTECTION

Look for a small switch underneath or at bottom part of flash drive, switch it to the other side then try reformating it. just look on the sides of flash drive.

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Removing write protection of USB pen drive


if u format ur pen drive. then use this step
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Check out the registry under:

1)click on start button
2)clik on run dialog box
3)type regedit
4) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\StorageDevicePolicies.
The value 'WriteProtect' should be absent or set to '0' and when you try to format it you have to format it as FAT16

Good Luck!!
Palwinder

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