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Sir, i am not able to delete files from my pendrive nor am i able to format. every time i try to delete or format, a window pops up saying that ur pendrive is write protected and asks to remove the write protection. as such i have not found any write protection enabling or disabling method. please guide in this problem
i am not able to delete files from my pendrive nor am i able to format. every time i try to delete or format, a window pops up saying that ur pendrive is write protected
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
My pen drive is nt working.. it shows msg write protection..
wht shld i do..
i hv tried regedit by write protection value by 0.. still prob occurs..
send me solution for that
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
I think this write protection error is due to some virus.
Steps to remove write protection for Transcend users
1) Go to download center of the transcend,here is the link
Type the model no. or part of model number you are looking for.
example: JFV30(all alphabets in Caps )
2) Choose other details like product type etc. and search for your product
3)Then select the product which which is most similar to yours from search results
4)Then download the JetFlash Recovery Tool.zip utility. You will asked for serial no. if you dont have..enter this no. 1456784523
5) Connect your pen drive
6) run the JetFlash Recovery Tool.zip utility and select full format after full format your write protection will be removed. try twice or thrice if you can't correct at first time.
It worked for me and my friends....
Other pen drive users may visit there vendors site and download any fromat utility present there for your model.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Iam not able to delete files from my pendrive nor am i able to format. every time i try to delete or format, a window pops up saying that ur pendrive is write protected and asks to remove the write protection. as such i have not found any write protection enabling or disabling method. please guide in this problem
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
No man..nt wrkin sry............it **** balls......no viruses..its just write protected umm and ma pen drive is imation nano 4 gb flash drive...it suks....
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
i have a 4gb transcend which have the same problem, i downloaded recovery tool and use to format my flash drive, yah it works, it was formatted but write protected is till there and i dont have an idea how to disable or remove it. kindly help me w/ this one pls. namron from philippines. tnx!
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
Just to be an altenative solution,
-run "regedit" command
-Double click at "Write Protect"
-Change the value to "0"
-If you cant find "StorageDevicePoicies" under .../Control/
,create it with the name above (also create "Write Protect")
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
Hi, Pls post back brand/model of your pendrive. In the mean time maybe you can try the HP Drive Key Boot Utility which works for most if not all brands of flashdrives. Should you want to venture and try it, it is available for download at http://h18000.www1.hp.com/support/files/... file name is cp006049.exe Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
Did any one can help on how to remove write protected.. i had a Flash drive 8GB and i can't format it even delete files. i am scary if this thing will damage all my document.. please please i really need help.
Posted on Oct 21, 2012
Posted on May 11, 2008
Look for a small/tiny white switch on either the bottom or side of your pendrive and switch to the other side. there should be a tiny white switch on your pendrive...
Hope this help. dnt 4get to rate pls
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
go onto this website and download the formatting software: http://www.apacer.com/en/products/Handy_Steno_HA202_downloads.htm
I had the same problem with an old 64MB jump drive. I did some hunting around on HWA as well as Googling other forums. The general agreement seemed to be that the drive was simply dead. I tried changing all the permissions, attrib in CMD, and even logging into Linux as "root" (the equivilent of Microsoft's "Administrator") to no avail. I was able to back the files up to another drive, and they regained their permission settings, but from what I read, the drive was simply dead.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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