Originally Posted by fredg
This particular drive automatically write protects anything.....you can't change it!
Here is a link: http://www.techtree.com/techtree/jsp...816&cat_id=611
Please go to the link, scroll down to beneath the picture of the drive, and read the explanation on how you can change the password, to be able to read it. But, as the steps indicate, if you change the password, it will erase everything on the drive !
Hmm, I tried the link and it didn't work for me. Since the only info we have on this drive is that its "128 Mb flash drive of Frontech company" I question how anyone can be sure what model it is and what features it has. I also question why a drive like that would be made Write Once. The whole purpose of such drives is to provide portable storage. Making it Write Once would seem to negate much of its value and marketability.