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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look for a "write-protect" key that is made physically on your USB FDD.
Mine doesn't have one, but it should in most major new products. Switch
Or, you can do it the soft-way. Right click on your UAB Flash Drive icon, then look for the Read-Only property, disable if it's enabled. or you will find that after right click click on properties
But according to my experiences, it seems that your USB FDD is locked physically
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Go to the transcend site. In the support section, click drivers/downloads. Type in your model number or search for it. Mine was a Transcend 4GB JetFlash V10 drive. So the model number was TS4GJFV10. There will be a download called Recovery Tool. Get it. Run it. That's it.
P.S: use the global download link, its faster.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
hey, i was having the same problem with the same flash drive... there are two ways how you can fix it..
1. try formatting using cmd
Go to start-->run and then type cmd and press enter
now the command window will open
in that type format X: (x being your drive)
This should work fine if not try the second method
2. Go to this website and download the recovery tool software which is exclusively for transcend flash drives.. click the link below to so to that site..
Download the recovery tool software under the topic software and install it in your system.
Now connect the flash drive in your pc and run the recovery tool application.. This will format your flash drive
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Flash drives by default use the FAT32 file system. FAT32 has a limit of 4gb per file. So you could have four 4gb files on your pen drive, but no files bigger than about 4gb. You could use the NTFS format, but it's not suggested for flash drives since it reads/writes much more often than FAT and will make the drive lifetime MUCH shorter.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Testimonial: "It is not 4GB per file ! The 16GB Transcend pen drive is accepting only files upto 3.71 GB only. After reaching 3.71 GB it gives a message. "
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