1. Place the SD card on a flat surface with the label facing up.
2. Check the lock switch on the upper-left side of the SD card. The lock switch may be a tiny white or black tab that juts out from the left side of the SD card. If you are using a micro SD card, there will be no lock switch on the actual SD card. Instead, you will be required to insert the Micro SD card into an SD card adapter, which will contain a lock switch.
3. Slide the lock all the way up. The write-protection status will now be removed from your SD card.
1. Insert your SD card into your Windows computer.
2. Click on “Start” and right-click on “Computer.”
3. Select “Manage” from the list of options displayed. The Computer Management window will display
4. Click on “Disk Management” below “Storage” in the left pane of Computer Management. All the storage devices you are currently using will display in the middle pane.
5. Right-click on the storage device you want formatted and select “Format.
6. Click on “OK.” Your computer will then format your SD card and remove the write-protection status from the disk. 
1. Insert the SD card into your computer using an SD card reader or adapter.
2. Open the Applications folder on your Mac.
3. Scroll to the bottom of the Applications folder and open “Utilities.”
4. Click on “Disk Utility.” The Disk Utility window will display.
5. Click on the name of your SD card in the left pane of Disk Utility.
6. Click on the tab labeled “Erase” near the top of the Disk Utility window.
7. Select “MS-DOS file system or exFAT” from the dropdown menu next to “Volume Format.”
8. Click on the button labeled “Erase” near the bottom of Disk Utility. Your Mac will then format and erase all the contents on your SD card, and remove the write-protection status.