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My 2GB micro SD card not formatting he say remove your write protect but iam already do this

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If it says write-protected, then... there is nothing you can do about it.

It's protected to not be formatted.

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Remove write protection of my memory card


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Oct 11, 2011 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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My Sandisk 'Wake up your phone' adapter & the micro one won't let me add music or anything else. It says that the disk is write-protected. Help?!


Micro SD write protect means there is damage to the firmware. Micro SD write protect, the data can be saved. Follow these steps:

Step One
To save data, use EASEUS Data Recovery software (free version - 1GB of data recovery). how:
1. Download and install EASEUS Data Recovery
2. Choose Complete Recovery - Next
3. Choose the drive micro SD - Next
4. Save the data to the hard disk (max. 1GB)
5. Because of your micro SD 2GB, repeat the process of recovery (repeat step 2, 3, 4)
After all data is secure, do the process repair micro SD.

Based on experience, the following methods can be used to repair the damage: RAW file system, used space 0 bytes, free space 0 bytes, micro SD can not be in the format, micro SD corrupt. To write protect a micro SD cases, 40% probability of success. But, you can try it. Good luck.

Step Two
The first alternative - use the software HP Drive Key Boot Utility
Using the HP Drive Key Boot Utility, the first way
1. Download and install the software HP Drive Key Boot Utility
2. Then, double click the file cp006049.exe
3. If you are using Win XP, double click the file cp006049.exe - select Install.
4. If you are using Win Vista or Seven, double click the file cp006049.exe - select extract.
5. Then, open the program "HP Drive Key Boot Utility or hpdkbu.exe" - Next - select drive - Next - Create new or replace exiting configuration - Next - Hard drive - Next - Create new file system - Next - wait until the process is completed - Next - Create firmware flash package - Next - Finish.
6. Remove the micro SD from the USB port, then insert it again.
7. Quick format micro SD (FAT file system)
8. Restore all data, to the micro SD.

Using the HP Drive Key Boot Utility, a second way
1. Open the program "HP Drive Key Boot Utility or hpdkbu.exe" - Next - select drive - Next - select Backup / Restore - click Restore - From filename, click Browse - Look In. Find the file initrd.img
2. If you are using Win XP, the location of the file in C: \ Program Files \ Compaq \ hpdkbu \ flash \ initrd.img - Next
3. If you are using Win Vista or Seven, the location of the file in the folder where you extract the files cp006049.exe. After the file is found, press Next
4. This process, will take a very long time, so you wait. This way you do for a capacity of 2GB. This involves when, the first way did not work. If the process runs smoothly, the chances of success, but if the process is running very slow, the possibility of failure and immediately stop the process. If you are unsure, or afraid to make mistakes, you should not do it this way.
5. After the process is complete, remove the micro SD card from the USB port, then insert it again.
6. Quick format micro SD (FAT file system)
7. Restore all data, to the micro SD.

The second alternative - use software HDD Low Level Format Tool
1. Download and install HDD Low Level Format Tool
2. Select micro SD - Continue
3. Click S.M.A.R.T - click Get Smart Attributes
4. Click LOW LEVEL FORMAT - click Format this device
5. Wait until the process is complete - press OK
6. Remove the micro SD from the USB port, then insert it again.
7. Quick format micro SD (FAT file system)
8. Restore all data, to the micro SD.

I hope this information helps. Thank you for using FixYa!

Oct 10, 2011 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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When I enter my memord card in nokia 311 it say the operation is failed and the memory card is not formatted.how to remove virus from my memory card and replace my music and Image.


All you have to do is

Step One (save data)

To save data, use EASEUS Data Recovery software (free version - 1GB of data recovery). how:
1. Download and install EASEUS Data Recovery
2. Choose Complete Recovery - Next
3. Choose the drive micro SD - Next
4. Save the data to the hard disk (max. 1GB)
5. Because of your micro SD 2GB, repeat the process of recovery (repeat step 2, 3, 4)

When do the data recovery process, you can find the cause of damage to the micro SD.

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Cause of the damage the virus infected (solutions: see method 1)
When saving data, be careful, do not recover the virus file. You must choose the proper file for the recovery.


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Cause of the damage bad sectors (solutions: see method 2)


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Damage to the partition table (solutions: see method 1)


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Micro SD write protect. Characteristics: (solutions: see method 3)
1. Micro SD can be opened, the data can not copy and paste (from the micro SD into a computer, or from computer to the micro SD). When the format, the message "Removable media write protect".
2. Micro SD can not be opened, and when the format of the message "Removable media write protect".


Step two (repair micro SD)

Method
1
Using the HP Drive Key Boot Utility, the first way
1. Download and install the software HP Drive Key Boot Utility
2. Then, double click the file cp006049.exe
3. If you are using Win XP, double click the file cp006049.exe - select Install.
4. If you are using Win Vista or Seven, double click the file cp006049.exe - select extract.
5. Then, open the program "HP Drive Key Boot Utility or hpdkbu.exe" - Next - select drive - Next - Create new or replace exiting configuration - Next - Hard drive - Next - Create new file system - Next - wait until the process is completed - Next - Create firmware flash package - Next - Finish.
6. Remove the micro SD from the USB port, then insert it again.
7. Quick format micro SD (FAT file system)
8. Restore all data, to the micro SD.

Method 2
1. Download and install HDD Low Level Format Tool
2. Select micro SD - Continue
3. Click S.M.A.R.T - click Get Smart Attributes
4. Click LOW LEVEL FORMAT - click Format this device
5. Wait until the process is complete - press OK
6. Remove the micro SD from the USB port, then insert it again.
7. Quick format micro SD (FAT file system)
8. Restore all data, to the micro SD.

Method 3
To write protect a micro SD cases, 40% probability of success.
Using the HP Drive Key Boot Utility, a second way
1. Open the program "HP Drive Key Boot Utility or hpdkbu.exe" - Next - select drive - Next - select Backup / Restore - click Restore - From filename, click Browse - Look In. Find the file initrd.img
2. If you are using Win XP, the location of the file in C: \ Program Files \ Compaq \ hpdkbu \ flash \ initrd.img - Next
3. If you are using Win Vista or Seven, the location of the file in the folder where you extract the files cp006049.exe. After the file is found, press Next
4. This process, will take a very long time, so you wait. This way you do for a capacity of 2GB. This involves when, the first way did not work. If the process runs smoothly, the chances of success, but if the process is running very slow, the possibility of failure and immediately stop the process. If you are unsure, or afraid to make mistakes, you should not do it this way.
5. After the process is complete, remove the micro SD card from the USB port, then insert it again.
6. Quick format micro SD (FAT file system)
7. Restore all data, to the micro SD.

I hope this information helps. Thank you for using FixYa!

Oct 02, 2011 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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How do i shut off write protection


Hi, i have here a photo that will show you on how to remove write protect on a micro SD.
1. You need to insert your micro SD into an adapter. 2. Unlock the micro SD through your adapter as shown below. 3. Once done, your micro SD is no longer write protected. eibraz_16.jpg

NOTE: The lock switch doesn't lock the micro SD into the adapter; The lock switch doesn't lock the data on the micro SD; The lock switch simply tells the "user" not to write. It just says "please, don't write me."
I hope this helps.

Aug 16, 2011 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card

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When i try to format my micro sd card system shows remove write protect how can i format it


Hi, i have here a photo that will show you on how to remove write protect on a micro SD.
1. You need to insert your micro SD into an adapter. 2. Unlock the micro SD through your adapter as shown below. 3. Once done, your micro SD is no longer write protected. eibraz_16.jpg

NOTE: The lock switch doesn't lock the micro SD into the adapter; The lock switch doesn't lock the data on the micro SD; The lock switch simply tells the "user" not to write. It just says "please, don't write me."
I hope this helps.

Aug 09, 2011 | SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory 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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My sandix 2gb microSD mameory card is write protected how will i remove it?


1.Look for a switch or button on the side of the micro SD card or adapter. It might have a lock/unlock symbol on it. 2.Move the switch to the "Unlocked" position to remove write protection. This position may also be labeled "R/W" for read/write. If you have no switch, continue to Step 3. 3.Download and install Sony EzRecover (see Resources for link) and attempt to use it to format the card (this will erase all content). If this doesn't work, try Step 4. 4.Delete and repartition the micro SD card using Windows XP. Select "Control Panel" > "Administrative Tools" > "Disk Management." Select the micro SD drive and click "Delete." Right-click on empty drive and select "New Partition."

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My micro sd card when i plug say format but as i format it giving error of "Data write protected" but my micro sd card have no lock or other lock and the company of my sd card is Red bridge.Plz solve this...


Hello there!

Well somehow data on your usb flash is write protected, maybe before you locked part of your usb pen drive and losted that encryptor software on your usb.

Solution is next, find any software for formatting usb flash memory sticks, force format it and there you go. Thats about it! =)


Sincerely
Aleksandar Adzic

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Password of Micro SD card


Format your SD card by connecting it to your PC using Memory card reader. Then you will never asked a password.

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