After reformatting my fujitsu lifebook n5010 it doesnt read it.
The card used to work fine but now after the reformatting of my computer it doesnt even recognize that there is a card inserted into the computer. I know that there is data on it because I use it in my phone. My USB drives work fine but the micro sd drive just doesnt want to work anymore. Can you help me with this?
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Re: After reformatting my fujitsu lifebook n5010 it...
Is the card reader built into the computer?
I know there are a few card readers out there having trouble reading 2 gig memory cards if the computer or card reader was built over 5 years ago.
If you have a data cable for your phone and software for the phone, your computer should be able to read it that way.
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Are you using a card reader? If yes, you need to isolate the problem. Please follow the steps below:
1. Try connecting your memory card reader into different USB port of the computer. 2. Try using different card reader to see if there's a problem with the card or with the reader. 3. Connect it into different computer. 4. Remove and reinsert the MicroSD in the card reader and make sure that the card is properly seated. 5. If the card reader and the computer are working but still unable to detect the MicroSD, try to reformat the card. 6. If same problem persist, return it to the store and have it replaced.
THIS WILL MAKE YOU LOOSE ALL FILES!!!
Take the memorycard out of the phone and,
put it in a computer.Use filesystem FAT-32
to reformat your memorycard.
Now the card will work again!
No password, No files will be left after a
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If you are unable to access/view the contents of the card, chances are, it needs to be reformatted for it to work again, which means, data will be loss. You may, however, try to search the web for a data recovery program which you can first try to use before reformatting the drive.
I had the same problem, and I solved it by going to "My Computer", right-clicking the mp4 player, and clicking "Format...". The default paremeters were already preset, so I just clicked "Start" in the dialogue box. The paremeters were :
1.87 GB (prolly won't be exactly the same for everyone)
Allocation unit size:
I did not check "Quick Format"
Mine now works fine.
Note: I have Windows Vista, and I'm not exactly sure how the formatter will work on other OS's