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Write protect problem

I purchased the SanDisk Cruzer Micro USB 2.0 Flash Drive June 16, 2008. I put it in the USB on my Dell XP and shortly began to transfer files from my Microsoft Word to the Cruzer. I get the "full, write-protected or damaged. Some of the Word files transfer from my A disk to the Cruzer but then when I open them on the Cruzer and make a change I get the note that it is "full, write-protected or damaged." What can I do to transfer my Word files to the Curzer and be able to change the files and save them again on the Cruzer? Is there some way I can remove the "write protect"?

Thank you,

David Hart
dkardia@juno.com

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What ever file you have copied or going to copy . right click on the file , go in properties and and uncheck read only. this will solve your problem

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