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How to remove write protect on my usb flash drive

My mp3 player does'nt want to accept files or delete them.
When i send files to it,it says it is write protected none

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  • dolon Aug 21, 2008

    My pendrive is 1GB kingston. there is a problem in my device write protection. Pls. suggest me.

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What is the type of your mp3 player ?
it need anew firmware,

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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