My SD Cards are all Write Protected - Why?
We now have a handful of SD cards in our household, as all our cameras use the same format. I've just had a birthday and my husband bought me a digital photo frame to view all our favourite pics on.
The problem is, it requires a memory card (takes quite a few types) to be inserted to view photos from. I have been trying to drag and drop images from the PC onto an SD card, through my All-in-one printer's card reader, an external USB card reader and even through a camera, but whatever I try, I get this "Write protected" window and it refuses to put any images onto a card. I have tried 4 differnet SD cards, varying from 256MB to 2GB in size.
Why is this? How can I change the settings to allow transfer of images onto a card? I even purchased a brand new card that had never been put in a camera and it still won't allow images to be put onto it.
This is very frustrating. I'm sure there must be a solution, and I really hope someone on this forum can help me out. Surely it's not just one way traffic with these cards? I always thought they were meant to be a form of data storage if needed to be?