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I've inserted a 16gb micro SD card in my tablet but I can't save anything to it. The option to save to my memory card doesn't come up anywhere
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SD card capacity
Yes, the hardware is SDHC-compatible. You just need to apply Microsoft hotfix KB934428 for Windows XP (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=de&FamilyID=6edfb30f-b1ab-42a8-a330-acd6762961bc) and you are set. 16GB SDHC working like a charm.
Posted on May 14, 2008
There is usually a switch on the adapter you are using that is there for write protection. The Micro sd card does not have one. Make sure it is not in the lock "position". See this website for more on memory cards and common problems. http://www.retire-asia.com/microsd.shtml I cut a little piece from the site that might help you
"There is no switch on the Micro SD card itself, but a standard-size-SD adapter (which the MicroSD needs to be plugged into for use with a card reader) and SD cards such as the SanDisk 4/8GB have a sliding write-protect switch similar to a 3.5 inch floppy disk. Data cannot be written if the slider tab is in the 'lock' position. The tab could be damaged or missing altogether. This is probably the first thing to check if you have an SD card write error problem. Using sticky tape (Scotch tape etc) to cover the switch slot might solve this problem, but it may need two or more layers before it works. Some SD adapters need the tab to be placed somewhere between the lock and open positions before data can be written to the card."
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
hi if you look on one side of the disk you will see a little white switch ( very small ) move this in the opposite direction of where it is and that should sort you out....hope this helps please vote thanks
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
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