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Sunday, 29 March 2015

USB Write Protection Guide

USB Write Protection Guide

The use of USB pen drives are increasing day by day, many reasons of capturing the market of of portable drives, firstly, it is cheaper than portable HDD and easy to carry even in the pocket, secondly, the use of USB flash drives increasing in all electronic devices. We can use USB pen drives several places, everyone has TV, DVD/CD player at home, now all latest DVD/CD players and LED & LCD TVs have 2-3 USB ports where we can use our USB pen drive to watch our movies, listen to music and see our pics.

Movies files capacity are higher now days due to their high resolution quality so that we only can put some movies in USB and after watching them need to delete them and while deleting those files these errors (The file or disk is write protected & access denied) occurs.

This access denied and write protection problem is very common and millions of people are suffering from it, we are receiving many email stating to the problem of write protection error and access denied while copying files or formatting USB device where people ask for solution on them. So we are making this post for our readers to solve their problem with simple method.

First and main reason of your device to display such errors due to USB hardware problem or some file in use which usually occurs due to presence of virus.
We assume that you have tried formatting of USB drive by normal way. My computer > Removable Disk, right click on it and click start,

So we recommend you to go for low level format, simply go to command prompt by clicking start > run and type CMD, Then type Format E:, where E: is a drive letter of our USB flash drive, you can check your drive letter and use it after Format command which is external command.

After entering this command you will be asked to Proceed with Format then type Y, press enter. In some USB you may be asked to verify your drive first then format which is also no problem in performing that task.
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