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Problem in writting to the fat area of the removable device after any format

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Problem in writting to the fat area of the removable device after any format
Hi all,

I am having problem in my C application to write to the fat area of the removable device. It happened after any format, windows format and my application format.
It look like Vista (for some reason) protect (or lock) the fat area for any write immediately after the format operation. But assume that I want to manage my file system ???

What do U think I should do ??

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