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make sure that your phone will support the memory card that you use. if so then try the memory card in another phone. f it works properly means then there must be fault in phone. format the phone to fix this problem..if memory card not working in another mobile means then there must be fault in yout memory card.. kindly change it
I doubt you have a virus on your memory card. Viruses for phones are rare, simply because they are hard to create. Even so, a virus will seek to attack the phones internal memory, to destroy the phone.
So try to format u r memory card and try again to confirm wether the issue is with the memory card or the phone.
Take the following in mind:
1. Format the card ONLY in the phone 2. Do not switch the card around with different phone models, to transfer data for example. 3. Do not use a card reader to read the data that is on the memory card. Use your original USB/Infrared/Bluetooth/WLAN connectivity kit to connect with the computer and browse your files.