Right Click on Start. Click Command Prompt (Admin). Click Yes in the UAC message.
Type diskpart and hit Enter.
Type list disk and hit Enter. Here, you’ll be able to see a list of storage media connected to your computer like your internal hard drive, SSD, pen drive, or SD card via an adapter.
Type select disk <number of your disk>. Example, select disk 1 in my case. Make sure you enter the number correctly and don’t end up changing the attributes of your internal hard drive or any other storage media.
Type attributes disk clear readonly and press Enter.
Type exit and press Enter to get out of the diskpart utility. Type exit and press Enter again to get out of the command line.
Now you’re done with disabling write protection in your pen drive or SD card. Windows will be able to copy files and folders to your SD card.
If your pen drive is write-protected, you may not have the ability to modify files or format your drive due to restrictions associated with permissions and sharing. You can format a write-protected pen drive in Windows using either the Registry Editor or Command Prompt, or by using Disk Utility in Mac OS X.
How do I remove write protection on micro SD card?
Method 1 Removing Physical Write Protection
Position the SD card. Place the SD card on a flat surface with the label facing upward. ...
Locate the lock switch. It should be on the upper-left side of the SD card. ...
Unlock the SD card. Slide the lock switch toward the gold connectors at the bottom of the SD card.
How can I remove write protection from my USB?
To remove the write protection, simply open your Start menu, and click on Run. Type in regedit and press Enter. This will open the registry editor. Double-click the WriteProtect key located in the right side pane and set the value to 0
Can I format a write protected SD card?
Once a hard drive, memory card or USB flash drive is write-protected, it means that you can no longer use the storage devices like before. ... For example, if you suddenly find that your SD card is set to write protection, you cannot write any new data to the card or delete files on it or format it.
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JUST FOLLOW THIS STEPS
1. click f5 and go to boot menu
2. now here select the dvd drive
4. now restart pc
select list disk
select disk 2
your pendrive will format
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b. Navigate to the following path:
Note: If the registry keyStorageDevicePolicies does not exist, you will need to create it manually.
c. Highlight Storage Device Policies, and then create a New DWORD (32-bit) Value named asWrite Protect.
d. Double click the keyWriteProtect in the right window and set the value to 0 in theValue Data Box and press OK button.
e. Restart the computer and try formatting USB drive.
using f5 or f2
go to boot menu
bootbale disk hard drive or dvd drive
select dvd drive
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