Question about Nokia N900 Smartphone
Whenever you receive a message saying the memory card is corrupted, this means that there is a virus or some sort of dangerous file which is trying to or disfigure your phone system.
Normally there are two ways to go about this problem, one of which is to make a complete back-up of all your files and then do a format of the memory stick or of the phone memory depending on which memory is corrupted.
Also, you can connect it to your computer if it is the memory card and then use a good anti-virus to scan your memory card, normally if it is a virus it should eliminate the virus while scanning.
Lastly, if the message is from your phone memory, then the only available option is to flash the phone memory and this requires expertise and should be sent to a repairer.
hope this solved your problem?
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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