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Microsd Write-protection Problem

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#1 DemonPT


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Posted 24 July 2008 - 09:05 PM

Hi all, i am really new here.

Well, unfortunattly, I just come across this forum by chance, i was looking for answers for my card problem, and I didn't find any. The problem is:

First of all, I have a Sandisk microsd card, 2gb. It has been working fine, just until a few minutes it just gone crazy and didn't want to show. I tried to put a file on it, and it blocked. As soon i touched that file, it just froze. After some time, the USB adapter I used to make the connection didn't work either. For some time I tried to use the SD adapter in my pc, but it also didn't work, it can't recon the card, but my other 1gb SiliconPower microsd, just did fine. Having no way to check what is in the card, i puted it in my Nokia phone, and I can see what it has inside!! I can create/remove and all that stuff while the card is plugged. So the card is working.

My brother also has a Desktop PC with a inner card reader, i putted my card there, I can read what is there, but I can't erasa folder/format,it always says "the card is protected agains Write". That card has been used to play on my Nintendo DS, to play videos, to listen to music, and other stuff, and as soon I tried to put there a file it just gone crazy... And file has no virus...

Oh, I almost forgot, I just can open the card with the "Auto Startup", as soon I try to get it by the "My Computer" the avg just blow a window saying "The current file is infected: f:\recycled\ctfmon.exe". But the problem is, there is no such folder/file in the card, even when i use the autostart up or the Nokia phone device.

Sorry for the long talk
Thanks for your Attention

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 25 July 2008 - 02:31 PM

Not sure if this will help
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#3 DemonPT

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Posted 26 July 2008 - 08:57 AM

Thats a lot of information, thank you very much =). I will check if i can resolve this once for good.

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