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Old 09-22-2010, 08:21 PM
Daniel Louw
 
Default USB flash drive changes to read-only on the fly

This might be a silly question, but it is very frustrating.



I have this memory stick, a 2 GB one formatted with FAT32.



I was working on a .C file stored on the memory stick, saving as I made progress with the code. Then all of a sudden I cannot save anymore. I get an error saying the disk is read only. I cannot create new folders or files or anything. chmod doesn't work, it simply says read only partition. What the hell?



Could it be because I compile directly on the disk? I use the disk a lot at university and it is much easier to just work directly on the disk.



Any help will be greatly appreciated!



Regards

Daniel


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