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Disable write-protection on C: drive

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I need to know how to disable the write-protection of c: drive compresed.  I have a IBM Think pad 360cs 486 computer that I can not read or write to C: compresed
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Are you using the doublespace program to compress your c: drive?  If so, you may want to undo the compression and try diskspace.  This will compress your hard drive and will not write protect your hard disk.
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