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Fat alloc error in micro sd memory card problem: and does not full format

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Dear Amir,
Memory cards are just a bit better than old Floppy drives according to me they get struck by some viruses or may get corrupted when you pull it out with power on or you can say without the wizard safely remove hardware.
your SD card seems to be corrupted.

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Sounds like your sd card is damaged. Try to get a warranty replacement. If it is out of warranty, there is nothing to be done.

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For a card that needs to work on operating systems such as Windows 98, ME or XP Home Edition, it must be converted to a File Allocation Table (FAT) format.


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