I had to reformat my windows xp and now i am facing many problems, the main one is that I cannot type any letter. i am using another pc now to search for a solution on the internet. the keyboard doesnt seem to be the problem as the troubleshooter stated that it is running properly. Could you help me solve this issue?
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There is right protect switch on many pen drives , a physical write protect switch which enables you to either allow writing on the disk or disallow writing on the disk.
All you need to do is toggle the right protect switch and you would be able to write files on your pen drive. Please find an image below for more information. Hope this helps ...:) your feedback would be appreciated.
Go to your Desktop. Right-click on My Computer and select Manage. On the left-hand pane there should be an option for Disk Management under "Storage". Click that. Look for your drive. You can usually recognize it by it's size.
There are several things you can do from there. You can reformat it, and assign it a drive letter. Or maybe it may need to just initialize. Usually you can play around in there and get it to work.
If it does not come up, chances are that either 1: Flash drive is bad or 2: USB port(s) is not working.
1)Plug your flash drive into your computer's USB port. 2)Click "My Computer" on the desktop to find out the letter of the drive you wish to reformat. For a flash drive, it should be removable disk F:, but check to make sure. 3)Navigate to "Start," then "Run."4)In the Run window, type "cmd," which will bring up your MS-DOS window.5)n the MS-DOS window, type "Format F:/fs:FAT32." If your drive is designated with another letter, replace F: with that letter. Change FAT32 to NTFS if reformatting a drive larger than 10GB. 6)Hit "Enter" three times, and you will have reformatted your drive.