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I formatted my sandisk micro sd mem card, tried saving my stuff back but it could not open...its capacity is at 0...any ideas? Dero

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If the capacity is at 0 there is a physical problem with the memory card itself. The ONLY way you'll be able to recover the data is to send it to Drive Savers or any other major data recovery company. Check out flash drives pro, they might do microSD too and they're usually a lot cheaper.

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