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The disk has been corrupted meaning that a single or several bits may be dislocated. I has to be formatted.
I would suggest to keep a 2nd copy-backup always when you are storing data on optical or digital disks.
Posted on May 17, 2014
First off we need to make sure that it's the Card and not your computer. Does your machine read other cards? If so go to the next paragraph. If you don't have other memory cards to try to find another computer to try your card in., or if you can read your card in another computer, or other cards can't be read in your computer then your computer has the problem, and I would reinstall the drivers.
If you card is the problem the only thing to try is to clean the contacts. Lay the card down on a flat surface; gently rub the contacts with a pencil eraser to buff the contacts. Be careful not to use as much force as to damage the contacts.
But finally, you've probably heard this before but, "All media goes bad." Removable media is particularly vulnerable due to the way most people handle it. I have all my important files in at least 3 locations. But I too learned this lesson the hard way.
Posted on May 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this same issue added music to my card did a safe remove from my comp. placed in phone and it stated "No memory card inserted" and wont read in adapter in computer Im so Sad i lost all my pics/memories :( it just means that the Card is Fried (Burnt Out) no way to fix this their just like SIM cards In 3G phones and if the copper bars get scratched or bent just the slightest bit it kills the SD card.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
Go here follow the instructions to get a formatter program
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: sandisk 2gb sd card unable
Please follow these steps to recover the data from your memory card.
1. Go to http://www.recovermemorycards.com/
2. Download the software from the website.
3. Install it on your computer and recover the data from memory card
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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