To turn off write protection on a microSD card, format the disk to remove corrupted data. To use with an SD card adapter, slide the side lock to the unlock position.
Use a memory card reader to connect the microSD card to a computer for formatting. In case you're using an SD card adapter, ensure that the write protection key is in the unlock position.
Right-click My Computer, and click Manage. Go to the Disk Management tab on the left pane, and locate your microSD card from the list of available disks.
Right-click on the microSD card's drive, and click Format. This eliminates all data, including corrupted files that cause write protection in storage devices.
Removing write protection on a MicroSD card is done by unlocking the adapter and formatting the card itself. Other devices require different methods and may permanently or temporarily remove protection, such as on a USB drive or DVD-RW.Full Answer >
A memory card reader is a computer hardware device that reads and writes data to and from a media source, such as the memory card that holds pictures from a digital camera, according to Computer Hope. A six-in-one reader reads and writes six different types of media formats.Full Answer >
The primary difference between microSD and microSDHC cards is that microSD cards are limited to a storage size of two gigabytes, while microSDHC cards may have a storage capacity of up to 32 gigabytes. The added HC in microSDHC stands for high capacity. Older devices containing a microSD port, however, are not always compatible with microSDHC technology.Full Answer >
A disk that is "write protected" means that the contents of it cannot be altered, deleted or formatted. This prevents unauthorized modifications to the disk and protects the data stored there. Any form of computer storage may use write protection.Full Answer >