On the off chance that you are that nerd, you would have encountered this sort of blunder message while attempting to exchange records from your PC to a USB Flash drive or a SD Card. This mistake is subsequently of the capacity gadget can’t be composed in light of the fact that it is compose ensured.
USB flash or SD Card can be write protected, probably because of a fault in the flash or SD Card or the manufacturer settings. You get an error message that reads;
The Disk cannot be written because it is write protected. Please remove the write protection from the volume in drive \Device|Harddisk1\DR5.
Normally, when a Flash or SD Card is write protected, you cannot modify, copy/paste, or delete any files from the USB drive.
In this post, i will show you on how you can evacuate the compose security in your Flash drive or SD card. Compassionately tail me along.
How to Remove Write Protection From USB Drive or SD Card
This method will fix it once and for all for you
==> Press Win+R (This will open the registry editor)
==> Type in regedit and hit the OK button
==> Expand and collapse the entries on the left to navigate to the following location:
If you don’t have a StorageDevicePolicies folder in the Control folder, right-click in the folder and select “New” → “Key.” Name it StorageDevicePolicies and then open it.
==> Double-click the WriteProtect key located in the right side and set the value to . Go to the Data Value box and press OK:
==> Reboot your computer and reconnect your USB drive to the system, the drive should now be writable.