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How to lock my kingston sd card to prevent people from copying out my files that i have save?

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Take your CD card out of the camera and normally on the left hand side you will see either a button that will slide to lock or a hole that you can cover up in the top corner of the card this will lock the card

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The save files to computer is lock only the browsing /author is functioning


Thhe SD cards I know have a small "lever" on its side. On my Toshiba and Kingston cards, this lever is yellow. Check that on the card.

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How do I unwrite or copy files to a protected Kingston 8GB SD Card


Unprotect the card. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.

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Memory card unlocker


Micro SD (secure data) cards store information such as Word, image and video files.
Kingston microSD cards are used in many settings, such as schools, businesses and government offices, to protect data.
Some Kingston microSD cards are locked for added protection.
In the locked position, you cannot add or delete data from a microSD card.
You will need to unlock your Kingston microSD card in order to save data on it or delete data from it.

Remove the Kingston microSD card from whatever device it is kept in, whether it's a storage case, a digital camera or a GPS.
Find the small plastic switch on your Kingston microSD card.
If you are looking at the microSD card with the arrow pointing away from you, the switch will be on the right side of the card.

Flip the switch on the card to the unlocked position.
This will enable you to store and remove files on your Kingston microSD card.
http://www.kingston.com/flash/securedigital.asp

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My memory card as been locked it is not opening and asking the password


Micro Secure Digital memory cards, or Micro SD cards, provide storage for a variety of different kinds of devices, including mobile phones, PDAs and cameras.
They can be protected by passwords so that the information that you have saved on it is secure. Sometimes, the password can be forgotten or lost.
Recovering your password is easily done with your computer and SD card reader on your computer.

Place the micro SD card into your card reader on your computer.
Right-click your "Start" button and then "Explore".
Find the micro SD card, it will be listed as a removable drive.
Click on the micro SD card and the files will show on the right-hand side.
Find the file that says " MMCSTORE" and then select "Copy."
Right-click on your desktop and then click "Paste."
This will move the MMCSTORE file to the desktop so that you can get access to edit it.
Right-click on the MMCSTORE and then click on "Open With." Open the file with Notepad.
Read the text to find the password. It will be in plain text.
Remove the SD card from the computer and place it into the device for which it is used as storage. Turn on the device.
When it prompts you for the password, enter it.
or
Delete a MicroSD Card Password
Some MicroSD cards are password protected, preventing you from using the card without the password.
You can circumvent this restriction by formatting the card, which eliminates the password requirement.

Insert the MicroSD card in your MicroSD card adapter and insert the adapter in the SD slot on your computer.
Right-click "Start" and select "Explore".

Click "Computer" and right-click the drive letter of the MicroSD card.
Select "Format", select the "FAT32" file system from the drop-down menu and press "Enter" to reformat the card.

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I have a kingston micro SdHC card 4gb and when i try to copy a image or a mp3 file from my laptop i can't because of the error 0x8007045D...


Make sure the little white switch on the side isn't set to write protect the SD card. Try and format the SD card, it will erase whatever is on the card. To do this right click the SD card removable disk under my computer, then click format. I would make sure you select FAT16 in the options there. Then try to copy files to the card again. If it still doesn't work, try using the SD card in another machine.

If the card works in another machine, we know the SD card is good. If it doesn't work, you might have a bad card.

If the card works in another machine, try another SD card in your laptop, to make sure the laptop connector for your card is not bad.

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I PURCHASED A KINGSTON MMC MOBILE SD CARD, AND INSERTED INTO THE SLOT OF MY PHONE AND WAS NOT ABLE STORED ANY DATA ON IT, SUGGESTING THAT MAY BE THERE IS A LITTLE PROBLEM WITH MY PHONE, SO I DECIDED TO...


SD cards allow you to store digital information; you can use SD cards with most electronic devices like digital cameras and computers.
An SD card will become write protected if the switch on the card is placed on the "Lock" position. This prevents any information on the card from being altered or deleted.
If you wish to add, delete or change any of the information, you must remove the write protection.
Remove the SD card from the computer or digital device.
Locate a switch on the bottom or side of the SD card.
Move the switch to the "Unlocked" position to remove the write protection.
If you do not have a switch, you will need to remove the write protection with your computer.
Insert the SD card into your computer's card reader or back into the digital device.
You can now save and change information on the card.

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I've Been Syncing Music Onto My Micro SD Flash Reader With No Problem Until Now. It Keep Saying Can't Create or Copy Certain Files Because The Disk Is Write-Protected and Would Like To Know How To Remove...


On the SD Card adapter housing for a Micro SD card, look along the edges and you will find a small tab. This tab slides back and forth to either lock or unlock the card. It is for write protecting you files.

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Sd card, or device error when copying music files


If you are trying to play the file then it will be unmounted as it needs to disconnect from the pc to do that you could try copying them in batches if that doesnt work it may be a USB driver fault in which case i would reccomend reinstalling the G1 driver.

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Not able to copy more than 1GB into 2GB Kingston SD card


Hi 1123sun,

Copy your files off the card. Then Format the card and select FAT32 file system. After the format is done try the card again and see if you can copy more files to it.

Kingston Tech Support

Feb 18, 2009 | Kingston 2GB Secure Digital Memory Card

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Sandisk Micro SD Card stops after 108 songs


Hi,

If you formatted the card first, you should have had a true value of the Size.
Even a true 1 Gig card, only has a capacity of 960mb.
As the card has to allow for a valid boot-block to be written to it.
This is so the read/write device, can recognise the drive/cards format i.e FAT/FAT 32 et,c.

I,d suggest that you have a 512mb card, that has a 1 gig sticker on it.

The chinese have a way of doing this with MP4 Players. they sell them as 4 gig, when you format them, they,re actually 1 gig or smaller sometimes.

I,d suggest backing up yhe card, and formatting it, to see it,s true size. And that your also using the correct Format.

Mike @ compurepair.

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