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    Default [Help] SD Card is write-protected

    When I was trying to place this Mw3 Play and Play data into my SD Card it said that my SD Card is write-protected. How do I change that?

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    Take the sd card out, and there is a little tiny sliding switch on the side, make sure it isn't on lock with that little slider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JellyBOB View Post
    Take the sd card out, and there is a little tiny sliding switch on the side, make sure it isn't on lock with that little slider.
    Nvm fixed it, I had to eject it safely but thanks JellyB0B.

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