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  1. #1
    Easygoing_Dave
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    I have bought a 1Gb memory card for my 6280, but some of the files on the
    original 64Mb card must be protected, is there any way of copying them
    across to my new card

    Dave





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  2. #2
    Rick
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    Re: SD Card Backup

    copy them from the old card to a pc then copy them back to the new one.

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    >I have bought a 1Gb memory card for my 6280, but some of the files on the
    >original 64Mb card must be protected, is there any way of copying them
    >across to my new card
    >
    > Dave
    >






  3. #3
    sunnygirl
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    Re: SD Card Backup


    Don't use the Nokia PC suite to copy the files, but use a card reader in
    your pc instead.


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  4. #4
    Easygoing_Dave
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    Re: SD Card Backup

    I tried that, it says disk full


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  5. #5
    Jonathan
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    Re: SD Card Backup

    On Mon, 30 Jan 2006 16:40:22 -0000, Easygoing_Dave
    <easygoingdave-at-gmail.com> wrote:

    > I tried that, it says disk full
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    >> Don't use the Nokia PC suite to copy the files, but use a card reader in
    >> your pc instead.
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    Just a wild idea but have you checked to see that the lock tab on the side
    of the SD card is in the unlocked position?

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  6. #6
    Easygoing_Dave
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    Re: SD Card Backup

    yep, can read and write other files to and from the card without problem,
    its just this one folder

    Dave
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    > Just a wild idea but have you checked to see that the lock tab on the side
    > of the SD card is in the unlocked position?
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