Question about SanDisk 8GB microSDHC Memory Card with MobilMate Micro Media Card Reader
have a 8Gb USB card with loads of file on and even had to put password on to access. One day i plugged the device and it opened directly with less than 10% files on. Even password step has dissapeared. And device properties show less that 2GB capacity
Your card is showing signs of improper removal or virus infestation. I would run a virus scan on it at once, back up any remaining data (after scanning of course), then follow the instructions when you remove the card from your computer. Not shutting down the card before removing is similar to turning off your computer without shutting down first. Usually it's ok, but it can cause data loss.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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