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Memory card problem

I dont known what is real happen but small side of the memory crack

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Throw it away..

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My phone wont read my memory card


dear, Memory cards dont work in 3 cases.
1. You must be putting a memory card over the limit of your mobile.
that is if your mobile only supports 2gb card, then you must be inserting 4gb card then obiusly that will not work.

2. You must be inserting a broken or cracked memory card.it will definitily dont work. Throw it!

3. You must be inserting a currupt memory card, try formatting it in some computer, if still it dont work then it is useless. Throw your card.

memory card carry only these 3 problems, if non of those work then i am sorry!

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I can't take pictues because my memory card said card protected and I need to know how do I unlock it.


Check on the side of the sd card.Most have a very small switch on the left side.Switch to the opposite side and see what happens.You could also put the card in and go to the menu on camera and try to format memory card,Good Luck.

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For last one month memory card kept in my wallet last week i stored some important data to my memory card, but suddenly i used it they didn't shown in my laptop i don't known what happen to my memory...


Your frind is probably right. Crack / damage may be internal, not showing outside.
If PC does not "see" it, there's not much to be done.
You could try - make sure contacts are clean. Blow out PC socket.

If PC /laptop, "see's" card, there is Software which might help.
If this does not help, card is dead!

To recover the deleted pictures, you need to connect your camera to your computer (usually via USB). . When you insert the card in the card reader, ((No Card Reader? Buy one fairly cheap at any local computer shop, or Amazon, BestBuy, Walmart. Connect the card reader to your computer,)) It will appear as a drive letter in "My Computer", which will allow software tool to access the data on the memory card.

If you have got your camera or card reader connected, you may download the picture recovery software CardRecovery from the following URL:

http://www.cardrecovery.com/download.asp

It's a small download and you may get it in less than two minutes. Run the downloaded executable file and follow the instruction to install it to your computer, then launch it. It has a wizard style interface and very easy to use.

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Click Next on the welcome window, it will bring you to step 1. On step 1, you may specify the drive letter of your camera or card reader, as well other options including file type to retrieve, destination location to save the recovered pictures. Click next to step 2 and the scan will start. Depends on the capacity of your card, it may take several minutes for the software to fully scan your memory card. The found pictures during the scanning will be listed. You may preview the detected pictures as thumbnail on step 3, and choose the deleted pictures that you need. After that, click Next again and CardRecovery will save the selected pictures to the location you specified on step 1.

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Your deleted pictures are recovered and back again. Can't be easier and faster!

Tips:

1. Don't take more pictures on your memory card if you find you have deleted the pictures by mistake. Or it may cause overwriting and make them unrecoverable.

2. Use a USB 2.0 connection if available to connect your camera or card reader to your computer, it may make the scan much more faster than USB 1.x connection.


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My Nikon D60 memory card 'door' keeps unlatching. Is this a known issue? Thanks


my card door just broke off - i mean, the plastic cracked in two - has this happened to anyone else?

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I forgatte my micro sd card password. kindly take me a write way


i dont think there we can set password for micro sd cards,, but there is an option for only readable not writable,, and another write read,, you can check there is a small sliding knob,, very small on sides of your micro sd card,, move that and it should work

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Cracked psp game wont show on memorycard


Get the cracked game at new, this happens when the boot file
for the game has bean deleted, the rest of the game stays on the memory card.

Use a pc to delete the rest of the game, put the game at new to the memory card.

Also use legal games, where this can't happen with, because they are read only on UMD.

Succes.

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Hey there ccmm1009, if you look on the side of the memory card, you should see a small brightly colored little tab. It should also have a small arrow with "lock" written next to it. Simply move it to the unlock position, and you are good to go. If this does not solve it, please respond with your exact model name and #, and I will attempt to help you further. Good Luck!

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Check if the memory card you purchased is compatible with your camera. Try and check the card also on your PC if actually shows 2Gig of memory, and see if the file size of the three pictures match the total memory consumed. If not, try formatting the SD card and reinsert on your camera. Try and take some pictures again and see if it consumes it the same as before...

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Canon parweshor s400 ixus


I thought the cards have a little tab on them so they can be "write protected" it is a little plastic tab on the side of the memory card you slide up and down. I know most SD cards have it, CF cards dont so if its anything besides SD memory its probobly the memory card or some little switch or somthing in the camera that tells the camera when the card is in the "Locked" or "Write protected" mode. Looking at my SD memory cards they have a little arrow on the edge and they say "Lock" pointing down, the slider is up. Move yours both ways, maybe it has a bad connection in the card (im not sure what it actualy does) or its in a position the camera thinks its locked?

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