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Write protection I have to remove the write protection of my 512 mb xD picture card of olympus make. please suggest me

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Hi, Please load it on to your computer and open it. You may see some folder(s). Right click it and goto Properties.
Now remove the read only checkbox and click apply. When asked, select apply for all subfolders and files in it.
Hopefully, now the disk should not be write protected.
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