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Problem folder locking system ?

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  • anulal Jan 07, 2008

    folder locking system ??

  • anulal Jan 07, 2008

    file locking system ??

  • sunny492 Feb 12, 2009

    i have the same problem

    i am unable to find out the lock which locks the whole folde not a single file

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As you brothr your K-750i is not a device with operating system. Sorry there is no solution to lock any folder in such device. At least i haven't heard about such programm.

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