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Disk Not Ready Message for Micro SD Card

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I have a 2 GB SanDisk Micro SD card for my phone. I use a SanDisk coverter to view the files on it on my computer. However, I cannot move, copy, or paste files TO the card. When I try, the message, "Disk is not ready.", comes up. I can move files from the card. The disk isn't write protected. I've formatted the card to NTFS, FAT, and FAT32. This hasn't changed anything.
I really need help. My phone has very limited internal memory.
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    motto - Just get-er-done

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I have had the same problem. I cured it by buying a Cable kit off Ebay from DWOODSZ.

You can buy them direct from the website at a bit more cost. He also gives you a CD of data and the bitpim program for certain phones all for $7 + shipping.


I use the cable to send MP3's directly to my cell phone.

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