Question about SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card
I just bought a SanDisk 2GB microSD memory card for my phone, an LG enV2, in order to save music to it. When I tried to save music to it from my laptop it gave me this message: Disc is Write-Protected. The same message displays when I tried to rename the disc and when I tried to reformat it using the laptop. I tried switching the tab on the side of the adaptor down to "lock" and up, presumably to unlock. I tried right-clicking on all the folders on the disc in order to undo the "read-only" attributes. When I re-checked the attributes, the change had not been kept, although I tried clicking "Apply" before clicking "OK". Simply put, how can I un-Write Protect my SanDisk?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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