Protection from micro sd card


Here are detailed steps for you:

1. Plunge this drive or memory card to a computer. (Of course, you should use a card Reader to connect your memory card.)

2. Click “Start” on the taskbar to open “Run” and type in “regedit”.

3. Hit “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE” to expand “System”.

4. Find “Current Control Set” in “System” list to click “Control”.

5. Check whether there is a key named “Storage Device Policies” to change the digit in the “DWORD value” box into “0” and press “OK”.

But, if you cannot find the key named “Storage Device Policies”, you are supposed to create a one: right click “Control” to create a new key and name it as
 “Storage Device Policies”=> right click this new key to open
 “DWORD Value”
 And name it as “write protect”=> Double click it to change number
DID THIS – WHAT NUMBER SHOULD I ENTER FOR DWORD VALUE? ITS ALREADY ON 0
After doing this, get yourself a different USB adapter/card reader. Put the micro sd into it. Reinsert into your PC. Open Start > Computer. Right click on your device. Click “Format” and hey presto! I hope this works. it did for me.
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>First option is  not work try this second option it defiantly  work  quicker and better solution
1. Start > Run > cmd
2. type “diskpart” -> runs diskpart.exe from system folder
3. type “list volume” -> now you see all your connected drives, see which one is the drive
4. type “select volume #” -> # being the letter of your drive
5. type “attributes disk clear readonly” -> removing the protection
6. Then open your SD, you can now edit, delete, move files.
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