FORMAT PD

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AtulkAJ Posts 5 Registration date Monday November 14, 2016 Status Member Last seen November 15, 2016 - Nov 14, 2016 at 12:51 PM
KY_WD Posts 2053 Registration date Thursday October 23, 2014 Status Member Last seen February 28, 2017   - Nov 15, 2016 at 12:16 PM
My PD is shown write protected . I try to format it registry (by changing write protect value ) and cmd (by clear read only attribute) but its current status is shown read-only and cann't format and its name is shown "A√╛º┬φº;û╔".
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xpcman Posts 19530 Registration date Wednesday October 8, 2008 Status Contributor Last seen June 15, 2019 1,825
Nov 14, 2016 at 01:40 PM
I suggest you try using the drive on another computer. It's possible the drive has failed and need to be replaced.

Good Luck
AtulkAJ Posts 5 Registration date Monday November 14, 2016 Status Member Last seen November 15, 2016
Nov 15, 2016 at 09:04 AM
This idea has not success . There is same problem for any PC .
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AtulkAJ Posts 5 Registration date Monday November 14, 2016 Status Member Last seen November 15, 2016
Nov 15, 2016 at 09:05 AM
Please give me any other idea .
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KY_WD Posts 2053 Registration date Thursday October 23, 2014 Status Member Last seen February 28, 2017   122 > AtulkAJ Posts 5 Registration date Monday November 14, 2016 Status Member Last seen November 15, 2016
Nov 15, 2016 at 12:16 PM
Hi all,

@AtulkAJ, have you tried the DISKPART menu commands? If not, please try the following:
1. Open the Command Prompt
2. Press DISKPART
3. Then type LIST DISK
4. When you see a list of records, you should select which disk to be cleaned carefully, because you could delete the information from another one. You can orient yourself on the capacity of the USB flash unit. If you have other drives, the flash may be number 3, for example. If you have other drives, then the local hard disk should be disk 0 disk and USB card 1. Then, write SELECT DISK 1
5. If you put the message "Disk 1 is now the selected disk", write CLEAN This will remove all information and zeros will erase your USB. Then format the flash drive in FAT32 format.
You could also use the Linux Live CD to try to access the USB to delete it.

Hope this helps.
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