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How to Remove Write Protected Files or Folders?

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To remove write protected files or folders, open a DOS window and write 'CD'. Then, click 'enter,' followed by the path to the file or folder location in the database. Finally, type Attrib, then space and key in r (followed by space), s (space) and h (then space). All the write protected material will be cancelled.
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