Im trying to edit the bios of my gtx 470.
My problem is that the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool V 2.0.6 stubbornly refuses to install the necessary files on my usb stick by claiming that it was write-protected which isn't the case IMO!
i can format the stick by right clicking on the usb stick in windows explorer and can even install software on my usb stick.
Even tho it was possible for me at any point to format my usb stick or install software on it I've tried the following just to somehow force HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool V 2.0.6 to work:
nope, actually ive created the writeprotect file in the registry myself earlier because my own " handle write protect" google research suggested it and it's still 0. I even checked if 1 would actually block any copy related action with the usb which was indeed the case...
i can install software on my usb stick, copy files to it and format it while HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool claims it was write-protected...
btw, my usb stick is actually an mp3 player. Is that maybe the problem, even tho when I can format it and install software?
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