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I want to lock my data

If I lose my memory stick i want to keep the finder out. How can i do this

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U can use this(Hexprobe Storage Encryption Tool) software to password protect ur memory stick

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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Camera keeps telling me to reinsert the memory card. I've tried to new cards. When I put the memory card I was replacing because it is full, it goes back into the camera just fine.


As a last resort you could copy the full card to a computer and then delete the pictures on the card and use that again.

Here is the error list from the camera manual.
This is all I can suggest from here.

"Reinsert the Memory Stick Error"

Insert the "Memory Stick Duo" correctly.

The inserted "Memory Stick Duo"cannot be used in your camera
(See below).

The "Memory Stick Duo" is damaged.

The terminal section of the "Memory Stick Duo" is dirty

Compatible cards.
Memory Stick Duo (without MagicGate)
Memory Stick Duo (with MagicGate) *1 *2
MagicGate Memory Stick Duo *1
Memory Stick PRO Duo *1 *2
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NOT compatible
Memory Stick (without MagicGate)
Memory Stick (with MagicGate)
MagicGate Memory Stick
Memory Stick PRO
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Some Memory Stick Duo have a write protect switch on the back.
You cannot record, edit or delete images if you
slide the write-protect switch to LOCK with a
fine-tipped object



*1
"Memory Stick Duo", "MagicGate Memory
Stick Duo" and "Memory Stick PRO Duo" are
equipped with MagicGate functions.
MagicGate is copyright protection technology
that uses encryption technology. Data
recording/playback th
at requires MagicGate
functions cannot be performed with this
camera.

*2
Supports high-speed data transfer using a
parallel interface.

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How to recover data of Memory stick without formatting?


As your description, I think your memory stick is error which may cause by virus attack or partition corrupted. It won't hurt to try to plug the stick to another computer and see whether this case happan again,if it does, besides you can use the chdsk tool in windows to fix the error, However if you can not fix it ,you should recover the data from memory stick firstly, know more here: Memory Stick Recovery

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How can i get my video files from my 2GB memory card?


How to recover data from memory Card:
Memory Stick Recovery - Recover lost memory stick data Have you deleted your files (music, videos, photos or documents) from your Memory Stick wrong? And you are finding Memory Stick Recovery software to recover the deleted files? If yes, keep reading. This tips shows you how to recover deleted/formatted files from your Memory USB Stick.
How to recover data from memory stick:
1. Download Finalseeker Card Data Recovery software and install it in your windows..
Free Download Finalseeker Card Data Recovery software 2. tart Finalseeker Card Data Recovery software and insert memory stick to computer.
3. Select one or more file types you want to recover from memory stick. If the file type you want to recover isn't photo, music, or video, you can select all option. The all option will retrieve all file from you memory stick.

4. Select a USB Drive to scan and retrieve the lost data. Tips: You can find the USB drive at Removable Media1 category.

5. Preview to choose the file you want. If the file cannot be preview, you also can recognize it by the file size and file name suffix.

6. Click the Recover button to recover the lost file to another partition or drive. Tips if the file has been overwritten by new data, the recovered file may not be able to be open correctly. If this happen to you, the best way is to try to use other memory card data recovery software.

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Corrupt memory stick


It needs to be replaced.
You can try reformatting it but 9 times out of 10 that doesn't work. If you want to try it do this:
1. Remove the corrupt memory stick from your PSP.
2. Go to system settings and choose format memory stick.
3. When it tells you all the data will be deleted and asks if you're sure, insert the corrupt memory stick and choose yes.
Either way you are going to lose all your data from memory so make sure you go ahead and say yes to this.

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The memory stick may not record or play


Can you see the files on it? If so, can you move them to your computer and then open them. If you cannot, you may have to try reformatting (and thus losing the data on the memory stick) to attempt getting it back to a recordable/playable state.

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I have a memory stick with files on and for some reason its asking me to re format it, but i dont want to lose the files.


If you reformat you will definitely lose the files. Here is a protocol that may get you up and running again. If it does not, check at a local staples or other computer dealer and see if they can retreve your data as you memory stick may be a goner.

Remove the memory stick from the USB port on your computer and then reconnect it to make sure it was installed properly.
  • Step 2 Check the sides of the memory stick and see if it has a "Write Protection" tab. Slide the tab over to the "Unlocked" position if it was set to "Locked" and attempt to use the memory stick again.
  • Step 3 Remove any USB hubs or extra USB devices that are connected to the other ports on the computer in case you have accidentally gone over the maximum number of devices that the motherboard can handle.
  • Step 4 Click on the Windows "Start" icon located at the bottom-left side of the main desktop toolbar. Click on "My Computer" and wait for a new window to pop up. Check to see if there is a new drive in the list of options that corresponds to the USB memory stick.
  • Step 5 Click on the "Map a Network Drive" button located at the top of the window if the USB memory stick is not appearing in the list of options. Choose an available drive letter from the drop-down box and then click on "Browse." Find the location of the memory stick and then click on "OK." Close the "My Computer" window and re-open it to access the memory stick.
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    Well M8, there is one solution left then, before you lock you memostick. Download a "Password finder" program. That program scan and tell you what your password is.
    There are loads of them out there.
    Go to http://www.download.com
    Search for "Password finder" and select one of them who shows up, i recomend you to take one high rated.

    Good luck to you


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