Can I Remove Write Protection from Kingston DT50, Help me out

How do I remove write protection from Kingston DT50? I cannot write data to my Kingston DT50. It turned out to be read-only. I tried rigid and attributes, but it doesn't provide any effect on the pen drive.

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Roxanne· Answered on Apr 19, 2024

According to your description, your Kingston DT50 USB became write-protected, and you have tried some ways, but it is still read-only. In response to your situation, we will offer two simple and solid solutions to help you recover the write-protected Kingston DT50. As the easiest way to disable write protection, EaseUS Partition Master Free will be the first option you can go with. No matter what type of device you use, EaseUS Partition Master can cope with their write protection easily. In addition to disabling the write protection on your media, it can enable write protection to protect sensitive data.

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The easy steps to use EaseUS Partition Master are as follows:

Step 1. Click the download button and install EaseUS Partition Master. Next, select the "Toolkit" and open "Write Protection."

Step 2. Find the write-protected Kingston USB and choose "Disable."

After the process, your USB should recover to a writable state, and you can reuse it. The second solution to remove write protection is to use Dispart, the feature of Command Prompt. Before introducing this way, we recommend you fully back up your PC because it can cause irreversible damage if you don't do it correctly.

Follow the specific steps carefully to use Command Prompt:

Step 1. Plug the USB in and open the search window to type cmd.

Step 2. Click "Enter" after each of the command lines.

  • diskpart
  • list disk
  • select disk # (Replace # with the number of your write-protected device.)
  • attributes disk clear readonly

Step 3. Type exit to close.

Using Dispart requires professional knowledge, so if you are unsure about it, it would be better to choose EaseUS Partition Master. Read the comprehensive guide in the following article:

Further Reading: How to Disable Write Protection on Kingston DT50

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