Usb protégé par ecriture

Usb protégé par ecriture

Méthode 1 

Here is the guide : 

* Start Menu -> Run -> type ‘regedit’ (without the quotes) -> Hit Enter ! 
* Now take a backup of your registry, incase something goes wrong: 
Right Click on ‘My Computer’ -> ‘Export’ > save it on the Desktop. 
* Now Browse through these tabs: 
My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\StorageDevicePolicies 
* Double click on the string ‘WriteProtect’ and change the ‘Value Data’ box to ‘0’ 
* On Toolbar, Click on File -> Export -> Save it anywhere with any name like ‘WriteProtection01.reg’ or anything. 
* You need to repeat the step 3 - step 5 with every string on folder named ‘ControlSet***’ (* = any Digit, i.e. 001, 002) - that is, instead of currentcontrolset, repeat the steps for folders controlset*** 
For Example : 
My Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\StorageDevicePolicies 
- Again export it on same directory as before, named as ‘WriteProtection0**.reg’ 

Note : These exports are just incase you need to revert the changes in your registry, to revert, just double click on the *.reg file, and click yes when it prompts. 

This method worked for me, post your results in your comments, or if you know another alternative to this method, dont forget to share it with us. 

Au cas où ça fonctionne pas la première méthode de fonctionne pas: 

Méthode 2 

Hey i figured out that if you have XP (not XP S2 or w/e its called) you can't find storagedevicepolicies. 

I went to this site and found the answer. For those of you who dont know spanish, ill translate. :D 

Basically go to here: 

on there you should see “Start” 

right click it and click on Modify 

change the 3 to a 0. 

Pour Moi la méthode deux à fonctionnée .. 

J'espère que cela va en aider certains ..