How to Format a Write–Protected Pen Drive Using CMD

How to Format a Write–Protected Pen Drive Using CMD

If your pen drive is write-protected, you may not have the ability to modify files or format your drive due to restrictions associated with permissions and sharing. You can format a write-protected pen drive in Windows using  Command Prompt.

Using Diskpart in Command Prompt (Windows)

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Insert your write-protected pen drive into an open USB slot on your Windows computer.
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Click on “Start” and type “cmd.exe” into the search field.
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    Double-click on Command Prompt to launch the program.
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    Type “diskpart,” then press Enter on your keyboard.
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    Type “list disk,” then press Enter.
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    Type “select disk x” — with x being the number of your pen drive as listed in Command Prompt — then press Enter. If unsure which number is associated with your pen drive, refer to the disk size listed. For example, if your pen drive is 2 GB, select the disk number next to the drive with 2 GB specified as the disk size.
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    Type “attributes disk clear readonly,” then press Enter.
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    Type “clean,” then press Enter.
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    Type “create partition primary,” then press Enter.
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    Type “format fs=fat32,” then press Enter. Alternately, you can replace “fat32” with “ntfs” if you plan on only using your pen drive with Windows devices.
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    Type “exit,” then press Enter. Your pen drive will now be formatted, and will no longer be write-protected.
How to make Remote Desktop Connection Services

How to make Remote Desktop Connection Services

Remote Desktop Services-

Steps involved in accomplishing Remote Desktop Services

STEP 1 – Remote Desktop Services set-up –

The Remote desktop feature is disabled by default in Windows 10, to explore and enjoy these Remote desktop services and must allow remote access to the target machine in order to establish the connection. To turn On the Remote desktop services – Go to File explore -> Search This PC -> Right click on It. When you right click on This PC the menu list will be available.

STEP 2 – Go to System Properties -> Remote tab and select “Allow remote connection to this computer” and also uncheck the box for “ Only allow connection computer running remote desktop with Network level Authentication” as this feature make the process more complicated and restricted providing the security compliance, So it’s better to uncheck the box mentioned above.

STEP 3 – After doing all the setting Click Apply and OK.

STEP 4 – Locating IP(Internet Protocol) Address.

In order to establish Remote connection, the IP address of the destination machine must be known, so that the remote IP address can be detected on network and connection can take place with the source machine. To find the IP address Open Command prompt it is also called cmd -> type ipconfig in cmd and press Enter. Series of information comes up in the cmd, search for IPv4 address, The IPv4 is the IP address of the machine and the ip we were looking for from destination PC to establish the remote connection. For users connected to home network can type whtismyipaddress in any browser and click Enter. The dedicated IP of the system appears. kindly make a note of it. So now we have the IP address of the Source and destination machines.

STEP 5 – Open Start menu -> search remote desktop -> select remote desktop connection.

Now the Remote desktop connection box appears where we will feed the IP address of the connecting system and click Connect. It might prompt for username and password as per the system configuration and Settings. Enter the credentials and user will be able to connect to the other PC and explore all features and functionalities of the other system with total control.

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