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Check whether the slide lock on the side of the memory card is slide to 'open'.
Try using another memory card.Also,make sure the memory card you're using is supported [not larger in capacity]

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My mobile memory is correpted and im unable to open the files


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Try fix the corrupted file by scanning your memory card in PC or laptop
Remove your Memory Card from your phone and insert it to Card Reader
when your Memory Card is detected in computer go to my computer and right click on the Memory Card then click properties, click tools and click check now, list for fix system for error, then click ok, wait for the process to finish and then defragment your Memory Card by clicking defragment now..
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Memory card corrupt errors occur when ejecting without safely removing
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2. another method is format your card. but it will erase all data


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