What is write protection on DVD?
Write protection is used on CD or DVD that cannot be rewritten. Write protection prevents DVD information from being erased. It also prevents additional data from being burned to the DVD disc. So when you try to burn information to a DVD, it will pop up the message that you cannot do it.
In order to copy files to a write protected DVD disc, we need to allow new data to be written on the disc. This procedure is named formatting. Only the disc is formatted can you record information on it.
How to remove write protection from DVD?
The easiest way to remove write protection from DVDs is to use DVD Ghost. It can remove any DVD protection and restriction. It can remove DVD write protection easily and automatically. Once you insert a new DVD into the DVD drive of Windows PC, it will auto remove DVD protections or restrictions without manual operation. DVD Ghost is compatible with Windows system such Windows XP, Windows Vista and Win7.
Compared with manually formatting, using DVD Ghost to remove write protection DVD is much easier and safer. And it will save you a lot time and labor.
You can free download it at http://www.dvd-x-player.com/dvd-ghost/ where you will get more information about it as well.