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Prompt [Q] MicroSD problem

OP mclpl

2nd April 2014, 03:54 PM   |  #1  
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My Pico stopped recognizing the microSD card. Can't view it nor formatting, nothing. Under Windows, Linux, Android recovery... I was using 2.3.5 with Link2sd and now my 8GB card showing up 30 megs and it seems to be locked for some reason (like locked SD card by the lock. but microSD doesn't have any locks) Please help me, what can I do? Could you reccomend someone who can help me with it?
I know that I removed card without releasing it properly from phone... I had some important files there :/
2nd April 2014, 05:17 PM   |  #2  
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Have u try using windows disk management to see the drive is present or not?
If a partition was corrupted or missing, most of the time it won't be shown on my computer
3rd April 2014, 03:59 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by boonwuilow

Have u try using windows disk management to see the drive is present or not?
If a partition was corrupted or missing, most of the time it won't be shown on my computer

I tried everything on a pc. Windows shows unformated 30megs sd card, Minitool Partition wizard shows it: http://i.imgur.com/wRLzSmU.jpg

Linux and GParted pretty much the same. I can't format it under pc to get the previous 8GB size...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mclpl

I tried everything on a pc. Windows shows unformated 30megs sd card, Minitool Partition wizard shows it: http://i.imgur.com/wRLzSmU.jpg

Linux and GParted pretty much the same. I can't format it under pc to get the previous 8GB size...

Go to control panel->administrative tools->computer management

Try formatting from the disk management section!
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