How Do I Format a Write Protected Disc?

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You cannot format a CD that is write protected. You would want to use a CD-RW if you want to copy files to that disc. The process is called CD burning.
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1. Insert your write protected DVD-RW into your computer's DVD drive. 2. Open Windows Explorer, and locate the DVD under the "Computer" tab. 3. Right-click the DVD and then
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You can only reuse a CD-RW, If its a CD-R then you cant.
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For a floppy disk, you move the write-protect tab so so that it is not blocking the hole. If you are referring to a hard disk then that would most likely be a software solution. For
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is there a write protect switch? if yes, set it the other way if not your pendrive just died on you; to be sure, test it on another PC you can also try these : http://drivers.softpedia.com
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