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I am tired of buying sdcards!!!!

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21st April 2012, 03:46 PM |#31  
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I know right! I am so happy to get this thing running the way it was meant to be.....

Wait... You have ICS?

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HA ICS my ass

Lol

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wait... You have ics?

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lmfao you know what i mean smart guy!
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lmfao you know what i mean smart guy!

She got what I meant

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25th April 2012, 12:21 AM |#35  
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She got what I meant

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Lmao, yes I did!
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That's a lot of SD cards for anybody to go through. Question: are you unmounting the sd card before physically removing it? If you're not, that would explain the reason for the amount of faulty cards.


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That's a lot of SD cards for anybody to go through. Question: are you unmounting the sd card before physically removing it? If you're not, that would explain the reason for the amount of faulty cards.


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Not only that, often times you can do a full format on your pc and revive an sd card.

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Not only that, often times you can do a full format on your pc and revive an sd card.

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I have yet to revive an SD card with a format, but then again, I've only lost one sd card and never tried that. Good to know for the future.


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Give us more info of how it died... I've used mine for 2 years + so I'm assumingthat you are doing something wrong.

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That's a lot of SD cards for anybody to go through. Question: are you unmounting the sd card before physically removing it? If you're not, that would explain the reason for the amount of faulty cards.


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Yes I have been unmounting them. I honestly don't know what the problem is. I keep buying cheap cards I guess....
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Yes I have been unmounting them. I honestly don't know what the problem is. I keep buying cheap cards I guess....

if you have a frys near, look out for the sales they have on the 32GB samsung class 10. Usually runs about 33 bucks. they may even offer it online as well.

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