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I need a writ rifd porogram i use my demon programmers and and I say put the correct key
i need program easier please please please ? i wount to write rifd card
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Updated 6-Feb-16 7:00am
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0x01AA 6-Feb-16 11:48am
   
Sorry, I'm also not native english, but what you write here is rubbish!
"need program easier please please please ?":
easier than what?
Do you expect that handling rfid can be done by clicking some Options?
In case yes: Give up the Project
In case no: Describe where you stuck
OriginalGriff 6-Feb-16 12:02pm
   
I'm sure English is not your native language, but it is the default language for this site.
In English, your question makes no sense at all.
Please, either try to find a better translation of your question to English, or find a site in your own native language, as they may be able to help you better than we can!
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Member 12311162 6-Feb-16 13:01pm
   
rifd cards just for few i've been using zcs100 for writing and reding on rfid cards also i use the demon software its seems that is not let me write on the cards. wich program can i use write on my rfid cards all zcs100
Member 12311162 6-Feb-16 13:02pm
   
rifd cards just for few i've been using zcs100 for writing and reding on rfid cards also i use the demon software its seems that is not let me write on the cards. wich program can i use write on my rfid cards all

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Largely, you don't write to an "RFID card" or "tag". These are "passive" tags that only transmit an ID number when exposed to a readers field. They are not writable. They can not be used to store any data you want.

When you read an ID number from the tag you assign that ID number to whatever data you need in your database matched to that ID.


That being said, there are writable RFID transponders out there but there is no standard for them. Each manufacturer does things their own way and has to supply the transponders and the hardware to read and write them along with the software to do so.
   
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Member 12311162 6-Feb-16 13:24pm
   
so what software do i need and what writter i need
Member 12311162 6-Feb-16 13:26pm
   
and where do i have to clicku to told me to view online but where
Dave Kreskowiak 6-Feb-16 15:22pm
   
I didn't provide a likn to anything. This is where YOU do yoour own research into the hardware that YOU need for you requirements.

If you've got some cheap off-the-shelf tag and smaller reader device, it is NOT writable. You'll need specialized tags from a hardware vendor and the hardware to read and write that tag. This stuff is never cheap and you can't get it from just anywhere.
Dave Kreskowiak 6-Feb-16 15:24pm
   
The software and development kit would come with the hardware to read/write the tag. If it didn't, the tag you have is not writable. You would need to change the tags you're using and the hardware to read/write the tags.

Writable tags are not cheap! They are also not commonly found outside of the vendor that supplies them.

Start Googling for "writable rfid transponder" and do your own research.

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