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Kingston Mini SD card

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I bought a 1G Kingston Mini SD card today. After copying a few files from one of my CD-RW onto it, I discovered that one of the files was not opening properly, so I decided to delete the files. I went back up to My Computer, but then went back to look at the Mini SD card folder again. There were copies of the two files i had deleted except they both have the size 0 bytes. When I try to copy the files again from the CD to replace them it says that it cannot copy and that the file or directory is corrupted and unreadable. Does anybody know why these files won't delete? The write protect/lock function isn't switched on either!
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Hi queixiou. You could try this Unlocker


see if that will let you delete it. :whistling:
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