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** How to Remove Write Protection on an SD Card **

Three Methods:Unlocking an SD CardFormatting an SD Card using
WindowsFormatting an SD Card using Mac OS X

When trying to use an SD card, you may sometimes receive an error that
informs you that the disk is “write-protected.” Disks that are
write-protected will prevent you from copying, deleting, or writing new
data to the disk. To remove the write protection on an SD card, you may
need to physically unlock the card or format the card using a Windows or
Mac computer.

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*Steps*

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Method 1 of 3: Unlocking an SD Card -

1. Remove Write Protection on an SD Card Step 1.jpgRemove Write Protection
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*Place the SD card in the palm of your hand or on a flat surface with the
label facing up.*
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2. Remove Write Protection on an SD Card Step 2.jpgRemove Write Protection
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*Look for the lock switch on the upper-left side of the SD card.* The lock
switch may be a tiny white or silver tab that juts out from the left side
of the SD card.

· If you are using a micro- or mini-SD card


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