SD storage card restore to defaults
start click to open on my computer you should see your usb drive F: or
something right click select properties there will be an array of options
select the sharing tab option then advanced sharing
make sure you have a tick in the share this folder box then click permissions
make sure all three boxes are ticked you full control change and read in
Click start control panel user accounts click on the administrators
account if you have made one or you will have to create one in windows XP
If you are running a Windows XP OS then you might be able to:
Click start right click on my computer select open
click the icon of your Flash Drive (It should be F: / E: or something)
Click Properties in the menu that comes up
Click the Sharing tab
finally, click Allow next to Full Control.
you might have restore it to its defaults
Right click on usb drive select properties you will have an
array of options
Select the hardware option then select your drive properties
Right click on your drive select properties then on
customize restore Default in W 7
Take Off Write Protection on an SD Card
Secure Digital (SD) flash memory cards are a common storage
format for mobile devices.
By default, they allow both reading from and writing to the
However, they can be set so you can only read from the cards
and not write to them.
Some cards are created as read-only by default.
Other times, a faulty card reader may mistakenly read all
cards as read-only.
In both cases, you can make simple changes to the card to
disable the write protection.
Orient the card so the label is facing up.
Slide the write protection tab, which is located on the left
side of the card, to the unlocked position.
If there is no write protection tab, skip to Step 4.
Test the card in your computer.
Insert the card in the SD slot and open the folder to view
Try to save a file onto the card or right-click an existing
file and select "Properties," then uncheck the box marked
Remove the card and check to see the write tab is still set
to "unlocked" if you get a message that says it is still
If it has become locked again, slide it back and tape it in
the unlocked position.
Place a piece of masking tape over the notch in the SD card
located on the right side of the card. Make sure the tape does not cover any of
the card's metal contacts.
Test again as in Step 2.
Cover the notch with a second layer of tape if the card is
still giving you problems.