I won an auction for some unclaimed luggage. It had a 13 inch 2010 MacBook Pro in it. It wouldn’t boot into target disk mode or from the optical drive or a usb drive. Ijust got the login display for OS-X or Windows 7 – but couldn’t get past that – I tried all the published tricks to get into it – even going as far as removing the hard drive and re-partitioning it and installing Lion – the machine only shows me “the no operating system” folder now and still won’t boot from the optical drive or USB or into target disk mode — can you help me?
Revision tracking data, introduced in PowerPoint 2016 build 8403 for Office 365 Insiders, illustrates a limitation of Document Inspector. For example, let's say Kelly and Linda collaborate on Presentation A in Office 365. Revision tracking data (that is, user names and the times when they made edits) is added to the presentation. If Mohammed subsequently opens Presentation A in PowerPoint 2013 and runs Document Inspector on the file to remove personal data, the Document Inspector in that version of PowerPoint won't be able to detect and remove the revision tracking data added to the presentation by the newer, Office 365 version of PowerPoint used by Kelly and Linda. Mohammed can’t remove the revision tracking data without upgrading to the current version of PowerPoint and then running Document Inspector
Thank you all! These are more or less the available resources to fix this problem. I am sharing my experience about the generation of this problem of ‘write protection’. Apart from the virus/trojan horse or physical lock, there is another culprit which has caused this problem to me almost on every occasion. YOU SHOULD TRY TO SAFE REMOVE YOUR PEN DRIVE/HARD DRIVE FROM YOUR PC ALWAYS! Whatever might be your hurry, pls do not force pull out the drive. On many occasions nothing will happen. But, once in 20 or 30 occasion you will find that your drive gets corrupt or ‘gets’ write protected after you have simply pulled out your pen drive out of the PC without going for safety removal. Thanks. Bye.