The disk is write protected

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  1. how to unwrite protect my transcend flash drive?
  2. Sorry bud, if the drive has automatically gone write protect, then the drive has basically taken the plunge of being a dead drive, reason being is that the drive will stop all things going on especially if it starts failing so you dont loose anymore data. I have had past experience of this, and there is no way of getting the drive to work again. Take it in for warranty, and then get a replacement.
  3. I agree with the above poster. The same happened to my 4 GB flash drive. Fortunately I had a backup.
  4. kakang said:
    how to unwrite protect my transcend flash drive?

    same with mine..
    i think its dead:(
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