Question about Electronics - Others
PS3 has a 32GB Size limit. i don't know what kind of TV you have so can't comment on that.
Posted on Nov 13, 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
1. If your Micro SD memory card can be detected on your computer, then try to completely format the card.
2. Goto Start >> My Computer >> Right-Click the memory card icon >> Format >> Uncheck the Quick Format option >> Start >> OK / Yes (confirm the request!).
3. If the memory card cannot be detected / readed by your PC, phone, and camera, then that card has become corrupt / unrepairable,
4. You should replace that memory card with a compatible one!
please rate this advice if it helps...tc! :)
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you very much. ill change the format early in the morning. "
No, you didn't loose memory. You just have to reformat it. When you do, check if you can change the total capacity with drop down menu, also try settings it to FAT32.
If not, you could use another computer or even a portable device like cellphone or camera to try and format it.
Don't worry, you cannot 'loose' the 64gb.
Posted on Jun 19, 2012
Testimonial: "when I inserted the card into my Galaxy 3 phone it was possible to format it back to its 64gb volume. I believe my problem with the PC Windows 7 had to do with using a card reader that does not work with SDXC cards. I will shop for a better reader and recheck after that. thank you"
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