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USB problem I tired your solution for the USB hard drive problem but its not working would you please tell me another solution

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  • yota_1998 Sep 02, 2008

    Sorry, I can't find it too....Someone can give me the link please ?


    Thanks !

  • Anonymous Sep 06, 2008

    write protect

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I had the same kind of problem with my 32GB Transcend USB Flash drive. I tried all the things I found in the internet (Apacer software, Registry fixes, Kingston software, HP Flash Disk software, you name it!) but nothing worked. Always I got Write protected error. Finally I found the program called MiniRMATool which solved the problem. Search MiniRMATool_XP2K_v1.rar in Google, run it and then you will be able to format your drive.

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