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I recently purchased a Samsung N510 netbook. problem is is that I have micro sd cards, and I put them in the Memory Card slot converter. I have a portable usb and memory card slot, and they all work fine on the netbook. I can not understand why when I place any of these memory cards in the normal slot of the netbook itself, i cant transfer file to or from it because it says its write protected. Bizarre!!..would love to know what to do. hope someone can help..would be very gratful :)
You problem is most likely to be the fact that your micro chip is a HC chip. HC chips have a new program that is not backwards compatible to regular sd host ports. This is a simple fix, however. If you don't trust downloading programs for it on the internet, just go to target or walmart and get a USB SD card reader, and a SD adapter if you don't already have one. The usb adapter should only be like $10 at most.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
hi if you look on one side of the disk you will see a little white switch ( very small ) move this in the opposite direction of where it is and that should sort you out....hope this helps please vote thanks
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
First check to see if it has a slide bar any where on the card itself to lock/unlock.
second download and install Sony EzRecover....
and use it to format the card (which will erase all data).
If that doesn't work select Control Panel --> Administrative Tools--> "Disk Management. Select the micro SD drive and click Delete. Right-click on empty drive and select New Partition.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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