I accidentally deleted the security password protected part on my memory stick, which was set on 100% Now when I try to store data, there is no space, but the graph shows 100% empty. How can I undelete?
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Did you delete the program from YOUR computer, or from the actual Harddrive that stores your data? THe link to download is here and they also have support... http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/content/cnt-dwnl/prd-rme/sw_hdd_pwpm#supported_products
<p>Folder on the removable media used both FAT32 and NTFS file
systems in Windows operating system. Some of these attributes in the rule of
the people (name, size, creation date, and time) can be seen, others have
explicit measures to ensure Windows. Among the latter are "read only"
(if set, the folder cannot be erased) and "hidden" (if set, the
folder does not appear in the parent directory.) A folder is set with one of
these protected attributes clear. With a few extra steps, but you can secure a
folder from a memory stick.<br />
<p> <br />
<p>1. Connect the memory stick for your computer. Windows will
recognize it automatically and make your content accessible.<br />
<p>2. Click the "Start" and "run" (without
quotation marks) into the search box. Click the "Run" link, type
"cmd" and press Enter. A command window opens.<br />
<p>3. Type the following commands in the command window:<br />
<p> <br />
<p>cd "\ myfiles \ projects"<br />
<p>Replace "E:"with the drive letter for the Memory
Stick and replace "\ myfiles \ projects" with the full path to the
folder containing the folder you want to delete protected. Press Enter after
typing each line.<br />
<p>4. Type the following command to remove the attributes
currently prevents you from deleting the folder:<br />
<p>attrib -r -h folderName /e<br />
<p>"Folder Name" Substitute the name of the folder
you want to delete. Press "Enter ".<br />
<p>5. Delete the folder by clicking "Start", then
"Computer". Navigate to the folder you want to delete, click once and
press Shift-Delete. "Windows will erase a protected folder from memory
CHECK if it is not physically protected, a small button/switch might be on the stick! THEN, try any other flash drive or memmory stick to locate the target problem (memorry stick, or usb port mulfunction or even security/driver issue).
PLUS, there are some programes that might protect flash drives, check if u have any, and uninstall them, and make sure u have deleted ther HIDDEN system files located on the stick!
Empty your trash. If you have deleted saved files and have not
emptied the trash on your device, you have not cleared up any
memory--you have only reallocated it to a different part of the device.
Select "Home," "Settings" and then "System Settings" on your unit using your arrow keys.
Scroll through your "System Settings" options with the "X" button until you find "Format Memory Stick." Click "X" to select.
"Yes" to confirm that you want to reformat the memory stick. The PSP
will then reformat the stick removing all saved files and reformatting
the stick back to its original memory space.
your PSP or PSP memory card into your computer as another method of
clearing your PSP's memory space. Once you have done so, select the
appropriate drive letter, find the files you wish to delete and delete
them as you would any PC file, or select "Ctrl" plus "A" to select all
files and then click your "Delete" key.
Transfer the images from the memory stick to your computer, make sure the transfer has been successful so you don't lose your pictures, then to be safe put the stick back into the camera and delete them once back in the camera. AGAIN, before you delete anything, make sure your pictures have been safely transferred to your pc and you can view them all. Deleting the photos from the stick will make the disc empty again and ready for more shots to be taken.
Hi there, This is a common problem and its quite easy to resolve.
I had a very similar problem with a friends nokia 5200 memory stick , it refused access to the card , i got the message disk is write protected I couldnt even access it from a PC card reader or format it . Somehow he had accidentally set a security code for the memory stick and the mobile then forgot he had done it , I tried the usual code of 1,2,3,4 and this didnt work. When I tried the number 1 on its own , suddenly I could access the memory stick again and format it and didnt get the message (disk is write protected)...Reset your P800 security codes with the master reset function in the main settings menu.This will remove any codes that restrict access to the memory stick...
on the left side of the computer management window see disk management
now on the right side where the disk management is open find the usb drive from the list of drives, right click on all paritions of the usb drive and select delete partition, ones all parititons are deleted right click in the empty space and create a new partition. it should work as normally, normal size.