Date: 2017-05-13 06:24
You need that to identify the VID and PID number of your drive. Insert your flash drive, run the program and take note of the value of these two.
I don't have any sources on this, but I assume this is a protection mechanism diminishes the risk of total data loss when the flash drive starts failing.
Some blank discs cave in under the intense heat generated by overclocking writing speeds. Reduce the writing speed to 9X and see if the error persists. You can manually choose the writing speed by right-clicking on the 6Click DVD application and select "Preferred Burn Speed".
Burn DVD Discs
Burn video files available on HDD directly on to a DVD disc with
AVS Disc Creator. All major media are supported: DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, DVD-RAM, Double/Dual Layer DVD, etc.
Note that it can take long, but assuming you have 9GB, it should take an hour at 7MB/s if you have a slow usb-key. The worst I ever had reached also an hour at /s for a 7GB uSD card. Plus, do not EVER ctrl-c an ongoing dd command, it can cause errors on the device, even if it doesn't often occurs.
Connect your USB drive again, and you should find it is no longer write protected. You can now format the drive as normal by right-clicking on it in My Computer and choosing Format.
The time it takes to burn a DVD is fixed by the speed of the DVD writer and by the media. So, if you have a 9X DVD writer with 9X media, it will take about 65 minutes to burn the DVD. If you have a newer 8X writer, you can expect about half that time.
When I downloaded the HP USB Storage Format Tool, it gives me the error, "Device media is write-protected" I tried all options available, but all gave me the same error message.
Then, go to our download page and install the latest version of 6Click. Finally, reboot your computer, make sure no other applications are running concurrently and try again.