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sanjay on January 15, 2010
write protect

Hi,

Guys....

I bought a Kingstone USB Pen Drive 32 GB yesterday only. I bought that after testing it properly, at that time the files are getting copied and with 32 GB of memory. But today when I tried to copy a folder of 10 GB to the drive, the system stopped responding with an error: "Windows was unable to save all the data for the file H:. The Data has been lost. This error may be caused by the failure of your computer hardware or network connection. Please try to save this file elsewhere." and after that the USB Pen drive is not getting accessed and giving the same error whenever plugged in. I tried to format it with HP USB Disk Storage Format tool, V2.1.8 but it is giving an error "Device media is Write protected". Kindly suggest as I am also not finding the option (StorageDevicePolicies) as mentioned by Professor. Please suggest...
sanjay on January 15, 2010
RE: write protect

Hi,

Guys....

I bought a Kingstone USB Pen Drive 32 GB yesterday only. I bought that after testing it properly, at that time the files are getting copied and with 32 GB of memory. But today when I tried to copy a folder of 10 GB to the drive, the system stopped responding with an error: "Windows was unable to save all the data for the file H:. The Data has been lost. This error may be caused by the failure of your computer hardware or network connection. Please try to save this file elsewhere." and after that the USB Pen drive is not getting accessed and giving the same error whenever plugged in. I tried to format it with HP USB Disk Storage Format tool, V2.1.8 but it is giving an error "Device media is Write protected". Kindly suggest as I am also not finding the option (StorageDevicePolicies) as mentioned by Professor. Please suggest...
WCSallySally on May 10, 2011
RE: write protected Trojan (dot) in Registry, (swiped from AV?)

I now have on the new machine, (courtesy of a bogus MS-update) the old "item.item" curver/CSLID Trojan, chewing into my brand new machine! GRRRRRrrrrrrrr

The registry entries are write protected. Geek Squad did a fair job of clean up, but then whomever gives me this .. gave it back again with more perks. I swear they are using Windows Live Writer to save their hack files!

I can not even put in:: -- !Do not open OR !Do not use --strings, they are locked down so tightly ... Permissions cannot be accessed either.

Is this hopeless? (-- HP has MS load before it loads it's stuff, even on a full recovery from their CDs)!! .. So the bogus registry is like omnipotent in recurrence!
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