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Removal fission usb protection

Written protection, won't fomat

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SOURCE: fomatting not possible it says write protection

Try this, It might work:

i) Try to put Pen Drive or USB in usb port and insert an Windows XP CD and try restarting start and i    think u the know procedure of formating Window XP or reload OS(let me say that i'm not formating      or reloading OS on ur system, there is small procedure over there after that u can use system            normally....)

ii) when u reach a blue screen that show all the partitions of ur system (like C: D: E:  ....), observe it     will also show ur usb partition(mention memory....) separately,,, try to use this  option :

    Delete Partition by pressing D(usb partition being highlighted...) and then follow instruction .....and     now  u will see that there is no partition letter(such as D, E , F) assinged to ur usb 
    Now Create an partition on that by pressing C ... this will create an partition and it will retain or           give  name or lettering to it(such as D, E, F)

    after this donot continue format the system, just exit from by pressing ESC button .... and ur             system will start normally, ...observer usb now u will be able format.... from now..

Thanking you,

M. Sridhar.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008


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