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Click > Start > Run > type "CMD" Then
Type "CHKDSK" and type the letter of your SD drive and "/F".
chkdsk Q: /F > press Enter

another example:
chkdsk D: /f
chkdsk E: /f
D or E is the letter or your SD drive.

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SOURCE: How do I remove write protection from micro scan disk chip?

if you will look into the side of your SD CARD. theres a small toggle switch there. just slide it to the other side inorder to disable the write protection

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