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I have a sony 512 memory stick which has a passlock coded area, recently I have not been able to enter this area as when I click on the lock the warning 'execute FD error' comes up then I press OK and the warning 'initiates resource error #2 ! can you help me please

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  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2009

    I get exactly the same messages and followed the advice. However, I am confused about how to find the security.fsd file, how/what to copy to the file, etc.

    I already have password protected data on the stick.

    If I follow the instructions, it tells that I will lose all of the information on the stick if I run the password lock exe.

    Does anyone know what to do?

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I had exactly the same problem today. I reinstalled the passwordlock software (http://www.sony.net/Products/Media/Microvault/products/usm-ex/index.html#download) and everything works fine again.
The installation procedure creates a new Security.FSD file, so be sure to make a copy of this file and move the copy back to the USB stick after reinstalling the passwordlock software. Otherwise you will loose all secured data. Security.FSD is a hidden file, so windows explorer must be set to show these files.

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  • marccr Jul 06, 2009

    Try unchecking "Hide protected operating system files" in windows explorer tools > Folder Options > View

  • marccr Jul 06, 2009

    If the file is not visible when unhiding hidden files, try unchecking "Hide protected operating system files" as well.

  • marccr Jul 06, 2009

    When you run passwordlock_setup.exe, a new security.fsd file is created on the memory stick and therefor all your secured data (which is stored in the security.fsd file) will be lost. However, after installation, you can copy your backed-up security.fsd file back to the memory stick. Doing so will recover all your secured data. All non-protected data on the memory stick will remain untouched by the installation program.

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Exactly the same problem, but i don't find any "security.FSD" file ????
I only have 3 files: -passwordlock program (about 1.38 mo)
-.Spotlight-V100 (433ko) (hidden)
-.Trashes (hidden but empty)
- "._.Trashes" (hidden about 4ko)
Could someone pleasssse help me, the informations i got on it is important !!
Thanks
Jordan

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