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How do I turn off "Write-protect?" - Verbatim STORE-N-GO (95312) 8 GB Hard Drive

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  • gholtwjie Feb 04, 2009

    How do you take apart the USB Flash drive to disable the write protection mechanism. I don't want to distroy it while experimenting.

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If its the mini SD card you are talking abt.. see this
If its the USB drive you are talking abt see this

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