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Wannabe Geek

#13751 28-May-2007 05:31
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I have a nokia 6265i and all was well untill I reset the default settings, and now my memory card is locked and I don't know the password Cry  I have stuff in there that I would really like to get to and keep!... What can I do?    Thanks

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  #73270 2-Jun-2007 20:11
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If it is a genuine Nokia memory card - it may be faulty, I have had several of the nokia 64Mb card all the same problem, Nokia have been made aware of the issue. I take it it keeps asking for a password but you never put one on it and when you insert it into a comuter the computer fails to read it at all. Faulty card. Under 12 months old should be covered under warranty


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Wannabe Geek

  #73308 3-Jun-2007 14:28
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No, it isn't Nokia. It's Patriot...

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