AutoPlay was introduced with Windows XP and is used to give the user a list of actions options that the user can choose among to handle the contents of the media.
In the past we had received so many problems from the readers who have a problem in copying files on their USB portable devices like pen drives, memory card and iPod etc. According to the mails we had received about this problem, people have seen the following errors when their thumbs drives, memory card etc becomes write protected.
Cannot copy files and folders, drive is write protected Cannot format the drive, drive is write protected The disk is write protected Remove write protection or use another disk Media is write protected Some times people say that suddenly their drive become write protected and they are not able to delete any files and folder on the drive and also not able to copy new files and folder to USB portable drive.
Write Protection on any portable USB Device can be applied by the physical lock provided on the card adjuster or some times provided on the pen drives, so make sure to make your drive not write protected by moving the lock in right direction.
But even after moving the physical lock for write protection the problem can happen due to some virus action. This happens when some virus or script which applies the registry hack to make any drive write protect when connected to the computer, In that case follow the procedure below to remove write protection from your pen drive.
Navigate to the following path: If the registry key StorageDevicePolicies key does not exist, you will need to create it Download this batch file called add. Exit Registry, restart your computer and then again re-connect your USB pen drive on your computer.
That is it, done. In case you still find an issue, please leave a comment below.
If the above method does not work for you, follow the below steps: Copy all the important data from this drive to your computer because this method will format the drive and erase all the data on the pen drive. Now download the Apacer Formatting UtilityUnzip this utility to a folder on your hard disk, preferably on a folder on desktop screen for easy access Do Not Try To Save it on pen drive.
Keep your pen drive plugged in, and double click on the Start. This will start formatting your pen drive, wait till the formatting completes and the LED on your pen drive stops blinking. Remove your pen drive after than and plug it in again. The above two steps will solve the problem.
If you still face the problem, follow the below steps: Type the following command on the command prompt replacing X with the drive letter of your pen drive. You can follow us on Twitter or join our Facebook Fan Page. If you have a question to ask us, submit your question at Answers By Trouble Fixers.
Looking for something else?I had a file on a USB pen drive I accidentally deleted. I went to the Recycle Bin folder to recover it. But the file was not there. Luckily the file was not very important. Then, save your Notepad file as torosgazete.com under the flash drive's root directory.
Make sure you don't have any spaces or illegal characters in the filenames so that they open properly.
Make sure you don't have any spaces or illegal characters in the filenames so that they open properly. Here’s a look at using the utility called Rufus to create a bootable USB flash drive for Windows 10 which is actually much faster than Microsoft's tool. If you already have some external pendrive in hand, here is a selection of 6 free tools to benchmark your USB flash drives or media cards to get the read and write speed so you know just how fast they are.
What is a USB flash drive? A USB flash drive (UFD) is a compact portable device used to store data. It pairs a USB (Universal Serial Bus) interface with a flash memory data storage unit. The USB. My recently bought Sandisk Ultra GB USB gives a CrystalDiskMark write speed of 28MB/s but this does not represent real world results.
Upon copying 3GB of mp4 files the write speed started off at 28MB/s but eventually dropped to 24MB/s, 20MB/s, 19MB/s, 18MB/s, etc.