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Consider the following scenario:
If you remove a write-protected SD card without Safe Removal, the operating system may not always recognize write protection has been turned off.
Re-insert the card and it will recognize the change and work as expected.
You should always use Safe Removal to remove the card when changing write protect status. This will ensure that the operating system recognizes that write protection has been turned off when you reinsert the card.
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Article ID: 2006521 - Last Review: November 10, 2009 - Revision: 2.0