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How To Remove Write Protection From Sony Pen Drive

How To Remove Write Protection From Sony Pen Drive
How To Remove Write Protection From Sony Pen Drive

Well, if you use PenDrive to fulfill your daily file transfer needs, then you might be well aware of the Write Protection feature. The Write Protection on USB Drives and SD card is an important security feature that prevents unauthorized access and file modification.

If any USB device is write-protected, we can’t format, delete or move contents stored in it. If you try to delete or move the content, it will display an error message like ‘Disk is write-protected’, ‘Remove the write protection’, etc.

Since we can’t access the write-protected flash drives, we need to remove the write protection first to make it accessible. Usually, flash drives often have a write protection switch, so make sure to check you’ve got the ‘lock’ switch in the correct position. Sometimes, the switch gets moved to the locked position when we insert it to a smartphone, camera, or any other device. So, make sure this isn’t happening.

So, if the write protection button is not set to lock or the USB drive doesn’t have any write protection switch, then follow some of the simple methods given below. The below methods will not only remove write protection from Sony Pen Drive, but it will also work with Kingston, Toshiba, Samsung, Lexar, Transcend, and all other USB companies.

1. Using Command Prompt

Well, Command Prompt is one of the useful features of the Windows operating system. Windows CMD can be used to fix lots of problems including Sony Pen Drive write protection. So, in this method, we are going to use Command Prompt to remove write protection from the Sony Pen drive.

Step 1. First of all, open Command Prompt from the Start menu and run it as administrator.

Step 2. On CMD, type in ‘Diskpart’ and press Enter button.

Type in ‘Diskpart’ and press Enter button

Step 3. In the next step, you need to type in ‘list disk’

Enter the command ‘list disk’

Step 4. Now you need to select the disk number on which the Pen Drive is assigned. Suppose it’s Disk 1, then type in ‘select disk 1’ and press enter.

Select the disk drive

Step 5. In the next step, type in ‘attributes disk clear read only’ and then press Enter.

Enter ‘attributes disk clear read only’

Step 6. In the final step, type in ‘exit’ to exit the Command Prompt.

That’s it, you are done! This is how you can remove write protection from Sony Pen drive by using Command Prompt on Windows 10.


2. Using Registry Editor

Well, in this method, we need to use some of the registry tweaks to remove write protection from USB Pen drive. Since, we will be playing with Registry files, make sure to follow the steps carefully to avoid any additional errors. Here’s how you can use the Registry editor to remove write protection from Sony Pen Drives.

Step 1. First of all, open a RUN dialog box on your computer and then type in ‘Regedit’

open a RUN dialog box

Step 2. Now on the Registry Editor, locate to the following path –

"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentConrolSet/Control/StorageDevicePolicy"

Step 3. In the next step, you will find a write protection option. Click on it and then set its value to ‘0’

Set the Value data of Write Protect to ‘0’

That’s it, you are done! This is how you can use Registry editor to remove write protection from Pen Drive.

So, these are the two best methods to remove write protection from Sony Pen Drive. If you have any other doubts, let us know in the comment box below. I hope this article helped you! Share it with your friends also.

 

 

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