How to remove write protection from USB drives and memory cards

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If  you see Write Protection on your USB or SD card. You’ll still be able to view files which are already stored on the drive, but you can’t delete them. First Scan Your USB or SD Card with Antivirus.

You Can remove this by Command Prompt “Click run and Type CMD press Enter” 
when Open Command Prompt Type “Diskpart” and press Enter
After this Type “listdisk” and press Enter again. you can see list of Drives including USB Drivr..
Now type select disk [your disk number]. For example, select disk 4.

Next type “attributes disk clear readonly”

Now Close Command Promt and Format USB
You can also fix this by Registry Editor 

Open Run and Type “Regedit” and prss enter

Move to this path in the Registry Editor:

There you need to find the key name WriteProtect, click on it and set its value to 0.

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