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The USB flash drive is write-protected

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  • #1
    xnylbx
    Level 8  
    Hello, I have a problem with the 8gb flash drive, which stopped working after the last format (I don't know why I marked it with fast formatting). You can't reformat it, step on it or anything .. I've read a lot of posts, but none of the programs helped me.
    Most often it does not detect the flash drive or says that it is write-protected. Diskpart also failed.
    I'm attaching photos for help. Thank you : ) The USB flash drive is write-protected The USB flash drive is write-protected
  • #2
    mczapski
    Level 39  
    So, maybe you used a security switch. Watch it carefully.
  • #4
    xnylbx
    Level 8  
    @mczapski pendrive doesn't have any switch.
    @pidar I downloaded this program today, but I do not know if I can use it well, because I do not have any flash drives in it.
    edit: but it popped up, I missed it, because I downloaded the latest version today, but not the modified one. What now? Ordinary start on left click?
  • #5
    pidar
    Mass storage specialist
    xnylbx wrote:
    however, it popped up, I missed it because I downloaded the latest version today but not the modified one. What now? Ordinary right-click start?

    Yes.
  • #8
    xnylbx
    Level 8  
    As that popped up, the pendrive disappeared completely and is undetectable by the system or the usbflashinfo program. Not even chipgenius detects it anymore :| Only when I connect to a new socket, it pops up that it has not been possible to install the software and the red light that was on, as it was always connected, goes out.
  • #9
    pidar
    Mass storage specialist
    xnylbx wrote:
    Only when I connect to a new socket, it pops up that it has not been possible to install the software and the red light that was on, as it was always connected, goes out.

    Check on other computers, the same symptoms will indicate that the controller is already permanently damaged. :|
    Pendrive can be dismantled?
  • #10
    xnylbx
    Level 8  
    He writes on the laptop that the driver installation was successful, and the pendrive is not detected in my computer.
  • #11
    pidar
    Mass storage specialist
    xnylbx wrote:
    He writes on the laptop that the driver installation was successful, and the pendrive is not detected in my computer.

    AND ChipGenius , Flash Drive Information Extractor shows information about him :?:
  • #12
    xnylbx
    Level 8  
    I do not know what is happening but I connected to another laptop and the removable disk G popped up, normally only it is so transparent. The USB flash drive is write-protected
  • #13
    pidar
    Mass storage specialist
    xnylbx wrote:
    I do not know what is going on but I connected to another laptop and a removable disk G popped up, normally only it is so transparent

    I repeat the question:
    pidar wrote:
    And ChipGenius, Flash Drive Information Extractor shows you information about it :?:
  • #16
    xnylbx
    Level 8  
    AlcorMP 12/12/14.eD3 Should I use this version right? Sorry to ask but I just don't want to screw anything up and I'm green at it :)
  • #17
    pidar
    Mass storage specialist
    xnylbx wrote:
    AlcorMP 12.12.14.eD3 Mam uzyc tej wersji tak?

    Jak są tam odpowiednie Flash-e , to tak. :idea:
    8CD7 10_8C_TOS_TLC_SZ.BIN
    13_8C_TOS_TLC_SZ.BIN Special
    Special ; D3/eD3
    ; D3/eD3
  • #18
    xnylbx
    Level 8  
    No name pops up in these boxes. In Flash Drive Information Extractor he writes that the possible memory chip is toshiba tc58nvg6t2hta00. If I click setup, then alcormp.ini, then select this chip, nothing happens. Or I'm not getting on with it at all.
  • #20
    xnylbx
    Level 8  
    What it pops up, because in the previous one it also popped up, but I clicked something and it was possible to get rid of it? Should I disconnect the USB? The USB flash drive is write-protected