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Cealor

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  1. Hi, I have the following problem: I bought a USB drive from Transcend and want to flip the removable bit to let Windows treat it like a HDD (for showing partitions). Here is the ChipGenius result: First, I tried flipping the RMB with BootIt. That didn't work. Then I tried different MPTools from SMI (especially this one). The USB drive is recognized and I can edit the settings via the default.ini file, however, when I try to start the process I get this error: "Initial Param Fail (0f) (FlashID not found in DBF Database)". Here is the SMI MPTool dialog for the drive: So what can I do to flip the removable bit of my drive? Thanks in advance, Cealor
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