[AI] removing right protection of a memory card

Abdul Razique Khan 1988.abdul at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 01:38:07 EST 2008


Hello sir,
Even I was facing this problem with my memmory card. But just now I have 
found a solution to this problem. Actually there was a virus named 
autorun.ini in my card. This was causing the same problem as u are facing. I 
tried 3 to 4 antivirus softwares but failed. Finally, Nod 32 solved my 
problem. do scan your card with nod 32. Hopefully your problem will be 
solved.
Hope this helps
Abdul
> For a strange reason, my phone memory card, when connected to a pc through 
> card reader, does not accept any files and is declared to be right 
> protected. previously, it was not so, and I was able to transfer files to 
> it via card reader.
>
> Would anyone please guide me as to how to remove this right protection of 
> a memory card when interacting with computer? I could not find any such 
> option in its properties.
>
> Urgent help is aappreciated.
>
> Rajesh Asudani
>
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