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Click the Windows "Start" button in the task bar. Type "cmd" into the text box and press "Enter" to open your Windows command prompt.
Type "drive:" where "drive" is the drive that you want to change. Press "Enter." This points the prompt to the root of the drive.
Type "attrib -r /d" and press "Enter." This removes the read-only attribute. The "d" switch applies your settings to all subfolders, so the entire drive is edited.
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