On the Mini SD adapter, there is a lock tap you push down usually when you put your mini SD card in to it, then into the USB adapter. To turn off the write protection on your mini SD, simply do not lock your mini SD in its adapter.
If that doesn't work, the write protection sensor in the device reader is not reading the card's lock switch properly. First, try moving the lock switch on the card slightly towards the lock position - this worked for me. Another trick is to put a piece of tape over the lock switch area on the card. It seems the fail-safe position is write protected, unless the switch is closed by the tab on the card in the 'unlocked' position, signaling a writable card.
If these simple tricks don't work, the 'unlocked' sensor in the device reader may not be working; it's likely to be a mechanical switch that my have failed. Some have claimed success performing micro surgery to permanently short the switch in the closed position, essentially removing the write protection. This would require more skills that the average person has. Proceed at your own risk of damaging the device.
Just go to Best Buy and ask someone
Its very simple...You just have to unlock the write protection mode of card reader which you are using for your SD card.
The main way to turn off write-protection on an SD card is by the switch labeled "Lock" and putting it up or depending on your card..
Backup all data on the MMC and format it. Other cards have a switch on one side. Pushing it to unlock will help
As long as you do not have password protection on, there is a little slide tab at the non USB end of the device that has a tiny lock/unlock symbol. Slide that with a paper clip to the unlocked to turn off write protection.
There are several ways to turn off write protection on a blank CD, You can either turn off the bios on your system hard-drive for an estimated time. You could also create a format by typing in the command code assigned to the CD on the Start Button.
on the side of your flash drive. there should be a little switch. if you flick the switch the other way that should stop the write protection. if not i dont know.....
Write "PLEASE TURN OVER" on an index card and have him follow the instructions.
First go to your trainer card and turn it over then write your name with the stylus
your best bet would be to consult the manufactures website for that info.
before you plug it in ontothe computer turn it on and then connect it.
i think yes as long as it is 50cc or less with turn signals and lights,15 or older driver with I.D., a helmet and eye protection.
you will have to go to properties by right clicking in the device icon or most sd cards have a tiny switch on it if it is write protected then push the switch to the other side