Question about SanDisk 2GB microSD Memory Card
I use my Sandisk 2gb mini SD in my Verizon phone to store music and photos... I had some where's around 500 pics of shows I have worked in the last 4 months. I was working at the NBA Finals taking pics when I was informed that my memory was full... after checking found that phone was storing pics to self, and not card anymore. When I tried to switch it phone did not read card... card showed 0mb storage available and 0mb used. after crying over the loss of many great photos when I went to Verizon, was told to just reformat the card... when I try to, it says formatting, then FAIL pops up. WTF happened to my card? guessing I'll need a new one, but am open to ideas of what occurred, as to prevent it from happening in the future. Thanks!
There are a few utilities available on the internet that may be able to recover at least some of your files, even after you tried to format. I have used this program several times to retrieve customer data from damaged memory cards. I hope this helps.
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