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How do i remove write proctection off my kodak sd card

I copied my photos from my camera to my computer, but now i want them back on there so i can develop them but i cant seem to get them back on, it says remove write protection or use another disk. can someone please help me! i really need this.

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THEY SHOULD STILL BE ON THAT CARD YOU DOWNLOADED FROM.

THE ONLY TIME YOU LOOSE THEM FROM STATIC CHARGE, FROM CARPET IN YOUR HOUSE.

YOU DELETE THEM

THEY MAKE A PROGRAM FOR YOUR CARD AND MOST OF THE TIME THE VENDER OF THAT DEVICE HAS HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE FOR THE TRANSFER OF DATA, PHOTOS, MISC. ITEMS ON THE CARD.
YOU CAN GO ONLINE AND SEE IF ANYONE HAS A PROGRAM TO DO WHAT YOU NEED IT TO DO.

WWW.PCWORLD.COM/DOWNLOADS

WHAT DEVICE STORE AND COPY AND EREASE ON THE FREE SOFTWARE

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