공유

최종 업데이트 April 1, 2024

기사

Steps To Clear The Read-Only Mode From Windows* Command Prompt Using Diskpart

The SMART Attributes Show That The Drive Is In Read-Only Mode

Summary

If a drive enters a read-only mode, first check its SMART attributes for any pre-fail conditions. The drive could be in read-only mode to protect your data, this is expected when an SSD has reached the end of life.

Otherwise, it may be possible to remove the write protection from the SSD using Diskpart. Follow these steps:

1.Open Command Prompt as Administrator.

2.Run the command "diskpart".

  • You'll enter into the Diskpart environment.

3.Run the command "list disk".

  • This command will list all the storage drives currently connected and recognized in your system.

4.Run the command "select disk <index_number>"

  • Use the index number associated to the drive. For example, select "disk 2".

5.Run the command "attributes disk clear read only" to clear the read-only status.

Questions? Check out our Community Forum for help.

Issues? Contact Solidigm™ Customer Support:
[Chinese] [English] [German] [Japanese] [Korean]

Steps To Clear The Read-Only Mode From Windows* Command Prompt Using Diskpart