20 Most Recent Kingston 1 GB microSD Card with USB 20 microSD Card Reader FCRMRB+SDC1GBKR (Black) Drive Case Questions & Answers


A few important bits of information about using faults and fixes on usb drives

Click start control panel administrative tools computer management device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers you could see a yellow question / exclamation mark? ! or a red X
you will need to update/reinstall drivers
right click to reinstall drivers
if you can see your usb drive but its not working
ports (com&lpt) right click update driver if this fails to fix the problem
Check the USB leads that attach to the motherboard usually red white green black make sure they are securely seated and have no dust build up on them dust will cause static and a lot of unforeseen problems for a computer and its parts
Click start control panel administrive tools computer management disk management right click on your drive select properties click tools you should see
click check now click start two boxes automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors place then a tick in one box then select check now start or you might tick one box then return after its finished the first repair then return and tick the second box
(I have found better results ticking the first box then return and tick the second box) you should not do anything while the chkdsk utility is in progress any input may damage this drive
Click start control panel scroll to folder options view place a tick in show hidden files folders and drives
this may vary depending on your operating system
also you might need to do this

Click start control panel user accounts click on the administrators account if you have made one or you will have to create one in windows XP
also
If you are running a Windows XP OS then you might be able to:
Click start right click on my computer select open

Right click the icon of your Flash Drive (It should be F: / E: or something)
Click Properties in the menu that comes up
Click the Sharing tab
Click permissions
And finally, click Allow next to Full Control.
you might have restore it to its defaults
Right click on usb drive select properties you will have an array of options
Select the hardware option then select your drive properties policies
restore defaults
In XP

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Nov 13, 2013


SD cards allow you to store digital information; you can use SD cards with most electronic devices like digital cameras and computers.
An SD card will become write protected if the switch on the card is placed on the "Lock" position. This prevents any information on the card from being altered or deleted.
If you wish to add, delete or change any of the information, you must remove the write protection.
Remove the SD card from the computer or digital device.
Locate a switch on the bottom or side of the SD card.
Move the switch to the "Unlocked" position to remove the write protection.
If you do not have a switch, you will need to remove the write protection with your computer.
Insert the SD card into your computer's card reader or back into the digital device.
You can now save and change information on the card.

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Nov 12, 2013


Micro Secure Digital memory cards, or Micro SD cards, provide storage for a variety of different kinds of devices, including mobile phones, PDAs and cameras.
They can be protected by passwords so that the information that you have saved on it is secure. Sometimes, the password can be forgotten or lost.
Recovering your password is easily done with your computer and SD card reader on your computer.

Place the micro SD card into your card reader on your computer.
Right-click your "Start" button and then "Explore".
Find the micro SD card, it will be listed as a removable drive.
Click on the micro SD card and the files will show on the right-hand side.
Find the file that says " MMCSTORE" and then select "Copy."
Right-click on your desktop and then click "Paste."
This will move the MMCSTORE file to the desktop so that you can get access to edit it.
Right-click on the MMCSTORE and then click on "Open With." Open the file with Notepad.
Read the text to find the password. It will be in plain text.
Remove the SD card from the computer and place it into the device for which it is used as storage. Turn on the device.
When it prompts you for the password, enter it.

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Nov 12, 2013


Micro Secure Digital memory cards, or Micro SD cards, provide storage for a variety of different kinds of devices, including mobile phones, PDAs and cameras.
They can be protected by passwords so that the information that you have saved on it is secure. Sometimes, the password can be forgotten or lost.
Recovering your password is easily done with your computer and SD card reader on your computer.

Place the micro SD card into your card reader on your computer.
Right-click your "Start" button and then "Explore".
Find the micro SD card, it will be listed as a removable drive.
Click on the micro SD card and the files will show on the right-hand side.
Find the file that says " MMCSTORE" and then select "Copy."
Right-click on your desktop and then click "Paste."
This will move the MMCSTORE file to the desktop so that you can get access to edit it.
Right-click on the MMCSTORE and then click on "Open With." Open the file with Notepad.
Read the text to find the password. It will be in plain text.
Remove the SD card from the computer and place it into the device for which it is used as storage. Turn on the device.
When it prompts you for the password, enter it.
or
Delete a MicroSD Card Password
Some MicroSD cards are password protected, preventing you from using the card without the password.
You can circumvent this restriction by formatting the card, which eliminates the password requirement.

Insert the MicroSD card in your MicroSD card adapter and insert the adapter in the SD slot on your computer.
Right-click "Start" and select "Explore".

Click "Computer" and right-click the drive letter of the MicroSD card.
Select "Format", select the "FAT32" file system from the drop-down menu and press "Enter" to reformat the card.

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Nov 12, 2013


Micro SD (secure data) cards store information such as Word, image and video files.
Kingston microSD cards are used in many settings, such as schools, businesses and government offices, to protect data.
Some Kingston microSD cards are locked for added protection.
In the locked position, you cannot add or delete data from a microSD card.
You will need to unlock your Kingston microSD card in order to save data on it or delete data from it.

Remove the Kingston microSD card from whatever device it is kept in, whether it's a storage case, a digital camera or a GPS.
Find the small plastic switch on your Kingston microSD card.
If you are looking at the microSD card with the arrow pointing away from you, the switch will be on the right side of the card.

Flip the switch on the card to the unlocked position.
This will enable you to store and remove files on your Kingston microSD card.
http://www.kingston.com/flash/securedigital.asp

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Nov 12, 2013


Insert your USB drive in the appropriate USB slot in your computer.
If the Autoplay dialog box appears, select "Take No Action" and click the "OK" button.
Launch your anti-virus program, such as AVG Antivirus or Anti Malware.
Select the USB drive for the program to scan.
Click the "Start Scan" button or option.
Open the scan history for the USB drive when the scan is complete to see a list of viruses and warnings identified by the antivirus software.
If desired, select the options to "Heal All Infected Files" or "Move the Infected Files to the Virus Vault" to ensure these files are quarantined from your system.
Highlight each infected file in the scan history.
Write down the file name of each infected file identified on the USB drive.
Minimize the application's window.
Select "Run" from the Windows "Start" menu. In the Run window, type "e:/" at the command prompt to switch to your USB drive (or type the drive letter for your USB drive).
Press the Enter key.
Type "attrib -s -h -r -a *.*" at the command prompt to remove the system, hidden, read-only and archive file attributes.
Press the Enter key.
Type "del ####.+++" where "####" is the file name of the infected file and "+++" is the file extension, at the command prompt line.
Press the Enter key.
For example, "del terriblevirus.exe" will specifically delete the Terrible Virus executable file. Repeat for each infected file on your list identified.
Close the command prompt window; that is, exit the Run utility.
Maximize the window for your anti-virus program (which is still open) and repeat Steps until no virus is detected on your USB drive.
Exit the anti-virus application.

or Click start click on my computer you should see your usb drive right click then select format.
another way is to control panel administrative tools computer management disk management Right Click on your drive select format

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Nov 12, 2013


SD cards allow you to store digital information; you can use SD cards with most electronic devices like digital cameras and computers.
An SD card will become write protected if the switch on the card is placed on the "Lock" position. This prevents any information on the card from being altered or deleted.
If you wish to add, delete or change any of the information, you must remove the write protection.
Remove the SD card from the computer or digital device.
Locate a switch on the bottom or side of the SD card.
Move the switch to the "Unlocked" position to remove the write protection.
If you do not have a switch, you will need to remove the write protection with your computer.
Insert the SD card into your computer's card reader or back into the digital device.
You can now save and change information on the card.

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Nov 12, 2013


buy a data cable if your computer does not have an SD card port or in walgreens pharmacy, they can transfer all your photos from the SD card to CD or DVD.

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Oct 27, 2010


when my 2gb micro sd card is inserted into lap , its showing not readable., it cannot be formatted

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Sep 28, 2010


Hello Mr 'pawan'
I'm glad to help you

#1 Insert your memory card into your computer's reader if you have one. If not, you can purchase a multi-format USB Memory Card reader from Amazon.com or Buy.com
# 2 Open up 'My Computer'. You should see it under the list of available drives.
# 3 Check its contents first to make sure that you have the right drive.
# 4 In 'My Computer', right-click on the drive and choose 'Format'.
# 5 Leave all the options as they are and click on 'Start'. This is a non-reversible process so make sure this is what you truly wanted to do in the first place.
# 6 Once the process is completed, take the memory card out and insert it into your Digital Camera or any other device. Try to browse to it to make sure it works fine now.

Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Aug 27, 2010


please have a look at the link

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Kingston 1 GB... | Answered on Jul 01, 2010


Probably damaged and will no longer work.

Kingston... | Answered on Sep 23, 2017

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