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SD Cards...4 in a row say they are write protected when they are not..


JohnnyBoy
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Including a brand new out of the box SD card...is my card reader at fault or something else amiss ?

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JohnnyBoy

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Ok, just checked another card, and thats OK, so its not the card reader..perhaps the folders & files (music) Im trying to copy to the cards are set incorrectly ?

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JohnnyBoy

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Nope, cant even format the cards, even the brand new one, as I get the error msg telling me thy are write protected !!

Doing my head in now !!

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ICF

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Just googled the problem and some people suggest putting some sticky tape over the little switch on the SD card.Link

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JohnnyBoy

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Yeah, just did the same myself whilst waiting for a reply :D. Strange the new out of the box card was the same though !!

Sorted !!

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ICF

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It's not the card it's the reader

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