How can i remove right protected disk error from usb?

asadhnd
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jimlynch
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Hi asadhnd,

You didn't provide much detail about what platform you are using, but here's a video that might be of use to you. Hope it helps.

How to fix The disk is write-protected. Remove the write-protection or use another disk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jHm68sDFZY

"How to fix The disk is write-protected.
Remove the write-protection or use another disk
-Click Start
-Run
type: Regedit
-OK
-Find StorageDevicePolicies
-Change: Value data = 0
-OK"

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