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Write protection I have to remove the write protection of my 512 mb xD picture card of olympus make. please suggest me

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Hi, Please load it on to your computer and open it. You may see some folder(s). Right click it and goto Properties.
Now remove the read only checkbox and click apply. When asked, select apply for all subfolders and files in it.
Hopefully, now the disk should not be write protected.
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Details for the Olympus D-395 camera are available from Olympus under Archived Products. See http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_archived_product_details.asp?id=953 . Links to the manual and specs are on the site.

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My new Kodak memory -XD picture card type M will not function


It's possible that your camera is not compatible with the new card.  The C-350 and D-560 will only accept cards up to 512 MB <URL:http://www.olympus.co.uk/consumer/208_1212.htm>.  You might want to check with Olympus anyway: there might be a firmware update or something.

Unfortunately, most shops only carry the bigger cards now, if they carry xD cards at all.  If you bought the card from Crucial, I would expect they would take it back if it's not compatible.

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The xD-Picture Card (xD stands for "extreme digital.") is a flash memory card format developed and introduced to the market in July 2002 by Olympus and Fujifilm, and manufactured by the Toshiba Corporation. xD cards are in Olympus and Fujifilm digital cameras, and are available in a range of sizes, from 16 MB to 2 GB currently. A higher-performance xD card known as Type M came out in 2005, and uses Multi Level Cell (MLC) architecture.
An xD card is 20mm x 25mm x 1.78mm and weighs about 2.8 g, making it significantly smaller than the nearly matchbook-sized CF card and about half the size of the SD/MMC card. As far as size goes, it is much closer to miniSD or RS-MMC. The manufacturer listed write speeds for xD-Picture Cards are: for the 16 MB and 32 MB card, 1.3 MB/s and for the 64MB and higher cards, 3 MB/s. Both offer a minimum read speed of 5 MB/s. The xD Type M cards have a faster standard rate of 4.0MB/s for reading and 2.5MB/s for writing.
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try taking the xd card out and take a pic if the camera works i would try a new xd card faulty cards are pretty comon allthough i havnt seen that message before

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My computer is not recognizing my olympus xd picture card when I put it into the slot. How do I open it to view the pictures?


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If you camera takes XD cards - are youn sure that is the case?
The XD card is a standard size - it the camera os an XD type any XD card will go in the slot.

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