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Write protected removable

When i try to copy write protected comes on

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  • Anonymous Aug 10, 2008

    KEEPS CUMING UP WRITE PROTECTED

  • DAVID32 Nov 20, 2008

    WRITE PROTECTED KEEPS [POPPING UP

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    same. my flash drive is "write protected" I cant remove or add any files.

    **** it

  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2009

    when i try to put songs on my 4gb micro sd write protect keeps on popping up

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Hello Everyone!!! I know how it feels when you are in a serious problem and no solution is helpful to you! I have a SAMSUNG SGH E250 and 1GB KINGSTON micRO SD card. I faced the same "Write protected" problem and I searched for this solution and didnt find a good one! NO SOLUTION HELPED ME!.. First of all I would like to tell all the Solution Submitters that micRO SD card doesnt have a switch on it but its adapter have it. I know those who have card readers can put their Cards in the adapters and slide the lock downwards (or to opposite direction) and after that they can put that adapter into Card reader and the problem will be solved !!! But this solution is for those who doesnt have card readers !!!

SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM:-

1. Put the card into the slot of your mobile and connect it via USB cable to your PC.

2. If you do have a driver CD of your mobile then install all the drivers.

3. When you are done and can see the card as "Removable disk" on your PC then Go to Tools in Top ( File, Edit, View, Favourites, Tools, Help) Then Folder Options - View - Show hidden files (tick on the Show hidden files) and also tick on the "Show system hidden files (This is important). Then Apply - OK...

4. Open the Removable Disk (Your Memory Card), You will find a hidden system file. Just delete that file with some special softwares (manual deleting will not let the file delete coz its write protected).

5. Try to copy some file in it, if it allows you to copy then CHEERS!!!

6. If not then reformat it with your mobile phone..

Actually I accidently did the same steps and deleted the esamsung something file and I SUCCEDED !!!

Same applies with All USB pendrives and Memory Cards...

HOPE IT WORKS FOR YOU !!!.

IF NOT THEN LET ME KNOW YOUR PROBLEMS IN DETAIL AND MAIL IT ME at [email protected].
I WILL FIND A SOLUTION FOR IT..
THANXXXXX

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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I have searched all over the internet looking for a solution to the "write protection" removal process, and the only thing that I have found out, is there is a vast amount of morons out there that call themselves problem solvers who haven't got a clue as to a solution to this problem. NO! The card doesn't have a switch on the side of it! Trying to format the card doesn't work! Pulling the card out of the reader while the card is being read... Really dude? I mean.... How'd this genius come up with that remedy? Wow!
I have a PSP that came with a 1GB MemoryStick that gave me the same BS message. When I tried to go through Sony I was given the run-around. The solution to this problem is, get a pair of wire cutters, place MemoryStick in between the blades, then firmly squeeze down on the handle of wire cutters. Place the severed MemoryStick in an envelope and mail it to sony with a letter of complaint. (Although the use of expletives is unnecessary, they are highly encouraged.) When enough complaints are received by Sony, perhaps they will provide an actual solution to this problem.

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Much more info please!

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