the address is mentioned in the previous postmadinga wrote:....
I can send you the card if some deeper investigation is needed. Let me know the address.
We've managed to save a great number of SD cards by simply using a digital camera to format them.SirLagz wrote:Would it be possible for some cameras to be able to reset that temporary write bit ?
Hi Gordon,gsh wrote: ↑Thu Aug 22, 2013 3:15 pmOK,
Had a look at your card this morning and it looks like the temporary write protect bit is set on the SDCard... Don't know how that has happened but that's what it looks like!
Am going to look for a method of resetting that bit and then see if I can find how it got set!
Running from RAM is easy - just have a go with my Nard distro. It's designed for minimal SD card wear.
This is a failure mode for SD cards. If the controller detects a fatal error it locks the card read-only to preserve existing data (for recovery). This typically means the card is no longer usable and needs to be replaced. A google search will find loads of results and "how to fix this" articles, but in my experience none work (this can't be fixed, just get a new card).