Here's the only remedy that i know to solve your problem, but first to say is i'm sorry for you, your memory card was corrupted but is still ussable, all you need to do is reformat it, all your data will be lost.
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Downloading music onto memory cards allows you to conveniently transport and store your digital audio. Some personal computers come equipped with built-in memory card readers. However, external devices still provide download capability for those who do not own memory card-ready computers. In either case, the drag and drop process allows you to store your favorite music onto memory cards. Instructions
Insert the memory card into an external memory card reader or device associated with the memory card, such as a PDA.
Connect the external memory card reader or device to your computer using a USB cable. Insert one end of the USB cable into the USB port on the external memory card reader or device. Insert the other end of the USB cable into the USB port on the computer.
Wait for the computer to recognize the external memory card reader or device. You will access the external memory card reader or device as if it were a drive in your file manager. Skip Steps 1 through 3 and insert the memory card directly into your computer's built-in memory card reader if applicable.
Open the file icon for the memory card reader or device to view its file contents as a folder.
Open the folder containing the digital audio file you wish to download to the memory card.
Drag and drop your desired digital audio file into the memory card reader or device's open file folder.
Try connecting your phone to the computer via usb cable if your phone is capable of that and click your phone icon once it appear on the computer and left click on your phone and look for scan on the menu. Then your phone will be scanned. The other way is by taking off your memory card out in your phone and inserting it to a laptop and scanning it manually. Usually a micro sd are the memory cards thats being used on phones so you should have an adaptor for you to be able to insert it into your laptops SD card slot.Hope this helped you in anyway..have a nice day.!!!!
Using your Samsung galaxy phone you can follow these simple instructions: 1. Attach your digital phone to your PC using a USB cable. 2.Check if your computer recognizes the phone as a memory device by clicking on "My Computer" on you PC. See if it has been assigned a drive letter. This will give you access to the memory on your micro SD card. 3.Drag and drop data to the memory card by clicking on the data and moving it to the drive letter assigned to your phone. You can also right-click on anything you want to save. Click on "Save As" and save the file to the drive. 4.Access the data on your memory card using the "Tools" menu on the phone.
Another option is that if you are using a microd sd card reader. You can follow these steps:
1.Purchase a micro SD card adapter, which will allow you to insert the smaller card into SD card readers and computers. Many of the newer phones come with the adapter.
2. Insert the micro SD card and adapter into the card reader. Make sure your computer recognizes by accessing "My Computer" on your PC and clicking on the drive letter associated with your card reader.
3.Drag and drop videos or other data to the drive containing the micro SD card. Or right-click on anything you want to save, and then click on "Save As." Save the file to the correct drive.
4.Pop the memory card into your digital phone. Access it using the "Tools" menu on the phone.
You can do this by drag and drop. First, create a file in the memory card, lets' called it Java. Now, hook the usb cable from the computer to your phone, you must see in the phone's display a prompt:
1. Mass storage
3. Pict. Bridge.
Let's tap on the very first one, Mass storage.
The computer should recognize the new hardware and install all the drivers need in order to work. Pay attention to the letters assigns to the new hardware; one is for the memory card and the other one is for the phone's memory.
To drag and drop you must have the Windows explorer enable, this means that you can see the main display, but at the left side is another window with all your storage and documents. Now, the Java applications that you have in your computer you are going to Drag and Drop to the Java folder in the memory card, do not decompress the application in the computer or it won't work. Once you had transferred the Java applications, remove the usb cable from the computer, and go the memory card in the phone, go to Java folder and open it. Tap on the application that you want to install, tap on install. Follow the instructions. to use the already installed Java application, just tap on the Java icon in the desktop, tap Java, and choose the application to be launch. Good luck.
As long as you have a memory card installed in your phone, you should have no problem. Use a micro SD card of no larger than 4 GB. Attach the cable to your phone and computer via an available usb port. Your pc will then recognize your memory card as a mass storage device, and you cn drag and drop your files to and from the computer.Make sure your phone usb connection is set to mass storage.
To drag and drop music, photos, and videos between your PC and phone: Select Settings (or Office Tools > Settings) > Connections > USB Setting > Memory Card. Connect the USB cable to phone and PC. Open phone or memory card removable disk (PC: My Computer; Mac: desktop). Drag and drop files between PC and phone or memory card. When finished, safely disconnect disk (PC: use Safely Remove Hardware; Mac: drag removable disk to trash). Unplug USB cable.
These are the steps. You just drag & drop. If you need clarification on any of the steps don't hesitate to ask me. If this helps plz rate this for me. Thank you kindly.
Usually to format a disk, memory card; anything, you need to be plugged into a computer.
Which requires a USB cable for your phone, or a card reader. If you don't already have a USB cable, it's usually easier to come across a card reader simply because everybody uses them. With a USB cable, most stores don't carry them and have to order, because it's specific for a phone.
Now if you have a USB Cable or a card reader already, plug it into your computer. (With the phone, make sure the "USB Connectivity" settings are set to "Removable Disk". This way, it won't read the phone's memory, just the memory card.)
Once the memory card is detected, right click on it, and there should be an option that says "Format". Click it. You should get a popup asking if you're sure or not. Obviously you're serious about formatting the card, so click yes.
There's a check box for "Quick Format". It's a sort of way of half-assed formatting; it's faster, but not as thorough. Whether or not you do that is up to you.