Try cleaning the pins of SC Card with contact cleaner or alcohol if you prefer make sure its dry enough before inserting. If nothing happens try detecting it on PC Desktop with proper Card reader, backup files if you still can then reformat thE SD Card. Reinsert in your HTC G1 if successful reformat it again using your HTC G1 to acquire compatabilty on the device.. hope this help...
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i recently bought a used g1 from a friend and tried to insert an sd
card but it said the same thing sd card removed the card is fine then i
did some researching and found out that the q1 has a sensor in the sd
card cover which if it is opened it will say that message now my
problem is that the cover is broken so i am currently working on a
solution to that but if it is not broken then just try taking the sd
card out turn off the phone and insert the sd card and properly close
the cover make sure it is not opened even the slightest then turn your
phone bak on and it should work unless the actual sd card reader is
damaged or the sd card itself. hope this information was helpfull
Your SD card is corrupted. Since it's corrupt (or worse, broken), the G1 won't be able to mount it to your computer via USB and you will have to insert it into your computer via an adapter. From there you can format the drive (make sure it's formatted fat32) and it should be fine. I've fragged my SD cards a couple of times and had to format. If you are unable to re-format the SD card, then there may have been some sort of actual, physical damage to it, although that's unlikely.
well i had the same problem so i took it to tmobile and the guy on the register inserted a new SD card and he said that my old SD card was ful. so i ask him how can i clear it out and he showed me this lil usb SD card reader that they sell at the store and it was 9.99. but other then that basiclly it means that your SD card us full and you just hook it up to the usb SD card reader and plug it to any computer and go back and clean your files and re-use it again. thats about it. hope that help! : )
it is just a notification...if your information shows up in sd settings and if all of your items from your sd card are working i.e. music, pics, etc. then it is mounted just close the notification...or sooner than later it will close out itself...rate me
I had a similar problem, I fixed mine by formatting the SD Card in my computer, installing it into my G1, then restarting. You miss out on whatever was on the SD Card from Google, but at least you get to use the camera.
Hope this helps,
P.S. I've called tech support to see if I can re-download whatever was on my SD Card to begin with, and as of yet there is nowhere they could direct me to, to download whichever files were stored there.