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Copy all the files onto your 'C:' drive.
Spend $9 to buy a new 2GB USB memory-stick.
Copy the files to the new memory-stick.
Take a sledge-hammer to the old memory-stick -- to prevent anybody else from reading your files.
The steps to unlock a
password protected memory card of your mobile phone, is described below. Please
follow the steps: 1.To unlock your mobile
memory card, you need a file explorer. You may use FExplorer. To download FExplorer, http://fexplorer.en.softonic.com/symbian/download#pathbar 2.After finished
downloading, install it to your mobile phone. 3.Insert the mobile
memory card into your mobile phone. Remember, don't access the memory card
through phone at this moment. 4.Run FExplorer and open the following location C:\system. 5.From the location
C:\System, you will see a file named as mmcstore. Rename this file as mmcstore.txt. 6.Copy the file mmcstore.txt. and paste it to your computer. Now, open
that file in notepad. 7.When you finished the
above steps, you will find the password of that file Rate me if this is helpful. Good Luck :)
You can try moving the contents of the 1 GB memory card in a new folder in the phone memory using a file explorer and after that you may remove the 1 GB card from the phone, insert the new card and move the files from phone memory to SD card. However, since there is a lot of data in the old card, moving the files to the phone memory is not recommended. The recommended way is to use a memory card reader on your PC, copy the contents from the old card to a location in your computer and then move them to the new card by simple copy/paste technique.
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Try to right click your pen drive then copy and paste it on your My Documents folder. When done, follow these steps: 1. Go to start menu 2. Click Run and type cmd ==A command prompt shows.== 3. Type cd\ 4. Type format x: 5. Press Enter key 6. When done type exit
Note: Copy all the files you have transferred on your My Documents folder and paste files again to your pen drive. You can now do whatever you want on your pen drive.