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Attached File  SDErrorScreenShot3.bmp   351.62KB   96 downloadsHi there. A week or so ago I bought a 2g Kinsgton micro sd card & transferred about a hundred songs to it without any problem. It still says there's plenty of room left on it, but I can't seem to transfer anything else. I'm using my laptop. I've looked online & can only find answers to "write-protected" errors...........but it's not saying that. It says something like "Cannot Copy (name of song): The directory or file cannot be created". I'm attaching a screen shot if that helps. I've tried this numerous times, but it always does the same thing. Does anyone know what to do? Please help. Thanks.
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There should be a little switch on the SD card that write protects it. Move it into the opposite position. Its the little yellow piece on the side in this picture, should be in the same spot on yours.

http://www.gamenano....onSD2GBLogo.jpg
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That just write-protects it. It's not write-protected & not giving me that error (unless I move it).
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So, it gives you the error when the switch is in write protected mode?
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NO. It's NOT telling me it's write-protected 'cause it's NOT. This is a different error entirely. I included a screen shot if that helps.
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Well, if it cannot create a directory that usually means its write protected :)

Try copying something to it on a different PC.
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That's weird then. I don't have another pc. Any other ideas?
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Humor me and try to copy your files with the switch in both positions.
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I did. Got the "write-protected" error in one & the other error in the other.
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OK, now is it only music files that get the error? I see in the screenshot you are using iTunes, is it running while you are trying to copy? Is there an iPod connected while you are transferring?
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It's happening with both songs & pics. No ipod connected. Just tried it again & nothing else is running by my internet explorer.
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