Removing Write Protection from a Flashcard Look on the card, somewhere there sound be a little "lock" slide, much like on a floppy disk, make sure this "lock" is on the side where the card can be written on. This is hard to explain with no pictures.
If this does not work, here you go: This slider slides on its own when you put it in the computer sometimes. You may slide it again and again into the unlocked position and keep getting the "this disk is write protected" error. In this case, if you don't want to purchase a new one, try this:
Using your fingernail, or something similar, slide the fingernail along the side with the slider of the cards crease where it closes, popping it open somewhat. The write protection slider should fall out, if not, open the card enough to just pull it out. It is NOT firmly attached to the inside of the card, so this should be easy. THEN, here's where oldschool meets "NEWschool" get a piece of tape (semi-transparent scotch tape is good, it has to be really thin tape) and wrap it around the area you just made devoid of the write protection slider, carefully not putting the tape on the metal contacts. If you're not sure what I'm talking about, ask someone who used to record their own cassette tapes. You're removing the write protection and making it recordable again. HOWEVER, this is a last resort to buying a new card reader, because you ARE making it possible to delete stuff with no problem.....which for some can be a problem.
how do you remove write protection?
REMOVE THE WRITE-PROTECTION OR USE ANOTHER DISK??????
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How to remove media write-protection from card reader
You can remove write protection from a card reader using the lock/unlock switch on its right-side edge. Removing write protection allows you to write data onto the card.
To remove the write-protection from your Flash Drive there should be a switch at the back of it. Flick the switch and your problem should be solved.
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Removing write protection from a memory card is simple. Just insert it into the USB drive, and then double click on the flash drive icon when it pops up in the tray. Next, go to properties, and then click the checked box beside 'write protection.' That will remove the write protection from the drive.
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You will have to remove the memory card,Just try to locate the tiny write protection switch on the card!Just push it to the other direction, write protection won't bug you anymorethats all thank you..emerman A.
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Write protection is a feature on some CDs, dvds, and flash drives, that prevent the user from copying over the existing information. To remove the write protection from a Kingston pen drive, simply insert it into the computer and right click on the flash drive icon. From there, go to properties, select the hardware tab, then select the policies tab. One can remove the write protection from the policies tab.
The wright protection can be removed by going into the program files. Click on the security file. In the security file will be an option to remove the wright protection.
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SD cards have a switch on the left side (with electrical contacts side down) that controls write protection. When the switch is moved in the direction of the contacts on the underside of the card write protection is disabled. If the switch is moved in the opposite direction write protection is enabled.
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