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How to Remove write protection

How to Remove write protection on removable disk?
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  1. Best answer
    check your tab in pendrive if it's locked or not and see....... if not tru formatting from safe mode and change file system for a while


    if worked please select as best answer
  2. What kind of disk? Floppy? Thumb drive? eSATA?
  3. :bounce: Don't laugh, but I had the same problem and did not realise that there was a sliding "Lock" on the side of the SD card. As I pushed the SD card into the reader it was moving the slide towards the Lock position - not completely, but enough to lock the card so I could not rename or delete files, i.e. I was getting the "write-protected" message every time.

    You never know - you might have a similar problem :hello:
  4. Best answer selected by ichwancan.
  5. I'd solved the problem with V-Gen Micro SD adapter. Thank you all.
  6. huntluck said:
    check your tab in pendrive if it's locked or not and see....... if not tru formatting from safe mode and change file system for a while


    if worked please select as best answer

    where can i see the slide in my nkia x3??
  7. Oh... I'm not laughing. Just did the same thing for twenty minutes trying to figure out what kind of idiot crap I did. Glad I saw your post!!!
  8. Quote:
    :bounce: Don't laugh, but I had the same problem and did not realise that there was a sliding "Lock" on the side of the SD card. As I pushed the SD card into the reader it was moving the slide towards the Lock position - not completely, but enough to lock the card so I could not rename or delete files, i.e. I was getting the "write-protected" message every time.

    You never know - you might have a similar problem :hello:

    WELL YOU NO LONGER HAVE TO FEEL STUPID..CUZ THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT THE PROBLEM WAS..THANK YOU :o :sol: :D
  9. oh what a crap!!! i realize that i locked my mp3 before i connect it to my pc that's why it cant copy..(haha sorry my english is bad...)anyway thank you so much..
  10. no problem ! :)
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