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how to use a USB drive as USB memory taking out password protection


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ammiraglio

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I just purchased a POPCORNHOUR device to watch my digital films on the HD TV
I am using a USB stick where I transfer the media file from the PC and then plug the stick on the POPCORNHOUR device
the problem is that the memory is very limited
I would like to use for this purpouse my old Maxtor 9ha2a2-500 160GB external USB drive
But this drive is password protected
I have the password, but I did not found the way to tell this password to the POPCORNHOUR
As alternative I would like to take out the password protection from the maxtor
Can you help me to doit?
thanks for the advice.
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Helping people with password removal or circumvention is against forum rules as we have no way of knowing who put the password-protection there in the first place. If you put the password on it, why don't you know it?
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