History- I've used my Scan Disc 4GB Micro SD card in four different cell phones/PDA's.
Present- I'm having problems with lack of organization in my music files that I have sync'd to my latest PDA, a Treo, and decided to "Format" the SD card, using the supplied USB adapter from Scan Disc in my front USB port, "J:".
Never had this problem, before:
When "format" of J: is attempted, it says it is write protected. Then, I noticed that the SD card now has a name, "Blackberry," which means that the last PDA sync software that I had must have named it and, perhaps, write protected it. (I had a Blackberry Curve before this PalmTreo.) Up to this point, I have continued to add music to my Palm Treo's music library but, never attempted to remove any. When I used Active Sync to "Explore" the "mobile device," and went in and delete music on the device in the past, I thought that I was successful but, after I deleted all of the folders in the Mobile Device/External Memory/Music (this is with the micro sd card in the phone), the music is still in the library- only the Icons have been eliminated.
Is there a remedy that will allow me to un= Write Protect this <Blackberry>micro SD card? Please advise. Thank you.