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How do you remove write protection off music?

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Looking at the SD card with the label facing you, and the 'cut off corner' to the top. There is a tiny slider on the left-hand edge of the card. Move the slider down to apply write-protection - and up to remove it.

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when im keeping music or softwares into my usb drive it is not allowing by saying it was write protected There may be a button on you pen drive , pull that button on the opposite side i.e. if it is down then push it up and if it is up pull it down. That button is for write protection on/off. And then plug the usb drive on the CPU's usb port again.

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your best bet would be to consult the manufactures website for that info.

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