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My mem card will only let me move pictures from my cell TO my computer but not also FROM my computer to my cell like it used to before it says "Remove the write on protection or use another disk" i dont know how that happened cuz just a couple of months before it worked fine.... HELP!!! PLEASE...((:

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This should help fix the issue,

You will have to open MY Computer or COMPUTER from Start button. Make sure the SD Card is connected to PC.

1) In My Computer, right click on the drive letter of your SD card and
2) Eject it.
3) Then pull the card out and stick it back in.
4) Try to write to the card. If it works, Proceed with your copying.
5) If it DIDN'T work, repeat steps 1 through 4 ( 2-3 times )

If this does not work, there is alternate method.

The Memory card has a write protect slider on the side. Try putting tape around the card to make sure that the slider thing does not slip into write protect mode when inserting the card.

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