How to remove write protect i-Ball pen drive

How to remove write protect i-Ball pen drive
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  1. If you are running Windows 7 (and assuming the drive does not have a physical lock and if a flash drive it is not really old and worn out preventing further writes) do this:

    Plug the device in, perhaps into a different USB port, then use diskpart to change its attributes:

    Open the command prompt box with right click and run as administrator

    Type each of these commands one at a time in this order:
    list volume
    select volume n (where n = the problem volume)
    attributes disk clear readonly
    attributes volume clear readonly

    After each of the last two you should get a response that it was successful.
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