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I am using my canon printer/ ip 6000d memory card reader for my Nokia 6230 memory card...the card and file was being read but the problem is that i cant delete or change the file on it..because it's write protected.

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Re: need help please

Some memory cards have a tiny write-protect switch on the side of the memory card. If so, try changing it.

If someone has used the Set Password function on it, and no one remembers that password, then you are out of luck.

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Need help..pls

Some memory cards have a tiny write-protect switch on the side of the memory card. If so, try changing it.

If someone has used the Set Password function on it, and no one remembers that password, then you are out of luck.

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Please help me...

Some memory cards have a tiny write-protect switch on the side of the memory card. If so, try changing it.

If someone has used the Set Password function on it, and no one remembers that password, then you are out of luck.

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