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In the settings menu under storage there is an option unmount sd card every time before removing the card from the phone or tab you should press this option unmount sd card otherwise directly removing the card without sectiong the option causes these errors
There are several possible reasons for this. The Kyocera Rise requires an SD card to be unmounted through the memory option in the settings. If you remove the SD without unmounting, you will receive the error message. The Rise also has several software issues that sometimes cause your SD to stop being read, even while still inserted. If you receive this error message without removing your SD card, it is recommended that you take your phone to a company certified Sprint store to have it checked out.
Sounds like you pulled the card out while it was still uploading images to the computer, corrupting the card. So...a.- to try to recover the photos, you'll need photo recovery software,
like digital photo rescue or others available via an internet search and... b.- you'll need to put the card into the reader after you're done and
reformat in FAT (not FAT32, not NTFS) so the card will be readable
again in the S2pro.
What would happen is this: people would attach the card to the computer
and delete using the computer. This can create a recycle bin on the
drive. The next thing is that the card might be "unmounted," in that
many people will just pull the memory card out of the reader and stick
it into the camera without first unmounting the card.
This leave the card in an "open" state which the S2 Pro cannot properly read. The solutions: 1.- make sure there's no recycle bin on the card;
2.- plug it into your computer, and then properly unmount the drive using
the taskbar, then pull the card out of the reader after you've been
told it's safe to remove the card.
Since you describe a power issue as a possible initial cause, your final
option is a new memory card. Also, only format in FAT format, since
that's what the S2 Pro can see; not FAT32. You might also try
formatting in another camera and then the S2 Pro.
Windows is totally corrupted - you will have to reinstall it. For that you will need an external CD unit and the recovery disk that came with the Mini. If you don't have it then you can either buy it from HP or borrow a similar XP install disk from a friend and use it and your key.
Believe it or not, this sounds like a memory problem. Anytime you see an error of a page fault in a non-paged area, teh first thing to look for is memory issues. Can you move the memory stick(s) around? Try that first. Microsoft does not handle memory errors in certain areas very well. Sometimes moving the physical sticks around can place the bad memory cell into a less critical area that can be handled better.