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in most cases you need the pc it was write protected on .... where as sometimes sadly its permanent so you cant undo it.
some drives do that as last measure when a possible crash is been detected so as to protect your files.
Some USB flash drives have a switch or button on them to enable/disable the write protection. If it does not have a switch then it was either done with software and you will need said software to switch it, or the drive is corrupt and no longer usable.
Unprotect the card. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.
Take your memory card out of the camera and switch the position of the "lock" tab. One position is for "locked" (i.e., "Write Protected") and the other position will allow the card to be written to (unlocked). Some cameras have image protection built into the on-camera software and you may need to configure this there.
You flash disk is write protected and you cannot delete or add new file from the flash disc. Just click right mouse and choose the program each text. One of those is the tools to unwrite protect the flash disk or if there is pop up software in your computer that use to write protect the flash disc.
It has password protection. Open My Computer on your PC, insert the USB drive, open the password file, enter your password, then select the option to remove password protection from the USB drive. If this does not work, contact Verbatim for a solution, these USB flash drives have lifetime warranties.