You can't. Hopefully you have a tab on the memory card. If you do, just move the tab to allow writing to the card.
It should allow you to copy from your PC to the card yes
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in the adapter u insert ur memory card in,there's a grey button that says (lock) and it has an arrow pointing down,u should unlock it and press it upwards and the memory card won't be write-protected anymore
Usually there is a switch that locks the cards
You have to look at the memory card there shold be a lock sign switch it to unlock and then it is not write protected. Hope this helped Jamie
take the memory card out of the camera and push the little yellow lock upwards to unlock it.
Slide the write protect tab to the unlocked position.
What you do is you take your memory card out of the camera. Go to the left side of the card and if you see a little grey bit and slide it upwards then put the memory back in camera and it should work.
Some memory cards have a read only switch, try switching that. If it did not help try access it on the another computer. If the card was removed from a camera, use a usb cable connected to the camera to access files.Usually there is a switch that locks the cards
Yes. File is a file, it can be transferred to any place, usb, harddrive, memory card etc (provided you have write access)
Write protecting your SD card memory does not necessary guarantee a long lifespan.
it won't corrupt the new memory card except for the corrupted files you x-fer over. so the disk space the corrupted files take up will be screwed but the rest of the memory card should be just fine.
On the side of the memory card (depending on the type of memory card) there should be a little switch which says 'lock and points' downwards on the slide that switches the opposite way. If the switch (A physical switch) is not on the side of the memory card is will be on the side of the memory card adaptor. (The one you use to access files from your memory card on your computer).
You can put a password on a memory card with the correct programming.
You need a Memory Card reader device to connect the Memory card to a computer
If the memory was saved on the memory card, and it was deleted there is no way to restore files
You would move the little slide that is on the side of it.
A little switch on the card is set to "write protect" mode which prevents the card from being written to or overwriting any existing data on it.
The problem here is unable to copy files into USB drive such as flash drives, memory card and Ipod. When your USB flash drive, or memory card is write-protected, you will receive the following error message:Cannot copy files and folders, drive is write protectedCannot format the drive, drive is write protectedThe disk is write protectedRemove write protection or use another diskMedia is write protectedThis may caused by virus or malware script which modifiedthe registry to make any drive write protect when connected to the computer, You can remove write protection from your usb flash drive or memory card using the below method:1. Open Start Menu >> Run, type regedit and press Enter, this will openthe registry editor.2. Navigate to the following path:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\StorageDevicePoliciesNote: Ifthe registry key StorageDevicePolicies does not exist, you will need to create it manually.3. Double click the key WriteProtect in the right window and set the value to 0 in the Value Data Box and press OK button4. Restart your computer and try copying files into your USB drives.
Yes, it will work as a storage device on the Xbox 360. Keep in mind that if your SD memory card is write protected, you will not be able to use it as a Xbox 360 storage device.
When you have a memory card inside the camera you have to press down on it. it should pop out easily. if not you may have inserted the card incorrectly. in this case you should contact the camera manufacturer or go to get it repaired.
Connect memory card to your PC, copy and paste in the files from your PC to your card
You do not need them memory card to play GameCube games, you need the memory card to save your save files on.
This all depends on at least two factors: the operating system you are using and the file system of the memory card. Write protected information cannot be erased. However in some cases a reformat will do the job because technically that is not writing to the disk. But removing write protection should not be a difficult process. There is normally a switch of some sort on the outside of the card that can be moved into one of two positions (this is the write protection).
If it's an SD card, you'll see a little switch -- a sliding piece of plastic right on the card itself. Try sliding that to a new position, and that alone might solve your problem.