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Hello Afridi,

First scan your memory card using the anti virus installed in your machine.You can scan you memory card for antivirus using the Avira anti virus.Please download the anti virus from :

http://www.avira.com/en/free-download-avira-antivir-personal?

Download the .exe file from the link.

Install the software in your computer.Remove the memory card from the phone and connect in your machine using the memory card reader and scan the card for viruses or malwares.


Then try the Data Recovery Software available in market to recover the files. Install the demo software of the data recovery software( Recover Data for FAT and NTFS) from their particular website. Then scan the memory card using the Data Recovery Software. If the demo software displays all your data you need then purchase their full version software to save your valuable data. Because in demo software you are not able to save the data. Please try the data recovery software for FAT and NTFS partition.

Please download the demo software from the link provided below :

http://www.recoverdatatools.com/download-windows-data-recovery.html

Download the software from the above link and install it. There are two recovery modes available in the software Normal and Exhaustive mode. If the software did not find any data in Normal mode than try the Exhaustive mode available in step 2B in the software. If you are installing the software in Windows Vista or Windows 7 then run the software as administrator after installing it.

PNY 2GB microSD... | Answered on Sep 14, 2020


You failed to mention what operating systems are involved. What does the work computer use as an operating system. The file system format of the USB may be say as an example ntfs windows while as a hypothetical the work computer could be apple o/s using a different file system or even maybe a unix system. You may need to reformat the usb stick to be the format file system used by the work computer. Also there could be a policy in place to prevent usb sticks working on work computers to protect intellectual property or to protect against virus transferance.

PNY 8GB USB 2.0... | Answered on Aug 10, 2020


Most likely i.m.o. your 4Gb card is a SDHC card. Only a few 4 Gb cards are made as SD in the beginning after they crossed the 2 Gb line. You can't buy them anymore. So to use a 4 Gb ore more, you need a SDHC or better a SDXC reader.

PNY 4GB microSD... | Answered on Jan 12, 2020


Did you format it to FAT32 before you placed music on the card?

PNY Electronics... | Answered on Jan 16, 2019


the computer is not seeing it properly un plug,then refit ,are the contacts clean,

PNY 4GB USB 2.0... | Answered on Oct 13, 2018


perhaps the memory card is corrupt

PNY Optima Pro... | Answered on Mar 28, 2018


Since you can buy new one for $5 maybe it is time to replace it.

PNY Attach? 16GB... | Answered on Mar 11, 2018


first you have to find out where is the problem so do this insert the
micro SD 2GB MEMORY CHIP in a different phone if the chip works then the problem is the phone, some times is possible that
you can buy a defected chip. so hope for the better.

PNY 1GB microSD... | Answered on Feb 10, 2018


The flash drive may need to be REFORMATTED. In some cases, the flash drive is pulled out from the USB port incorrectly. That can lead to a damaged Flash Drive.
Always remove Flash Drives by using the EJECT method.
To format the USB Flash drive, go to the File Explorer (the bottom row of Icons on the computer screen showing a manila folder inside a holder) and locate the USB drive by letter, such as drive B,C,D, etc. One of these letters or higher. Tap the corresponding to the USB drive and an option box comes up. Select "Format" (Quick is ok). Once formatted, the drive is ready to accept data once again. If it cannot be formatted, then the USB DRIVE may have sustained damage to the circuit and no longer can be of service.

PNY Electronics... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018


bad memory card happens alot buy a new one!

PNY 2GB microSD... | Answered on Jan 22, 2018


Maybe u can change ur ram or u can reinstall your system its better to install windows 7 64 Bit
Thanks

PNY Optima... | Answered on Jan 17, 2018



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PNY 2GB microSD... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018


it might not seem to be detected but try going to the control panel > admin tools and open computer management then where you see storage open the sub menu there and click disk management and see if it shows there if not let me know could be a case of a dead USB drive or that its having a problem being detected at all....l

PNY 4GB Micro... | Answered on Dec 17, 2017


Did you change the format from (default)fat32 to Windows file system on your drive?

PNY Attach? 16GB... | Answered on Dec 15, 2017


Google cloud.

PNY Electronics... | Answered on Oct 17, 2017


It could be that the devices into which you inserted the SD card are not designed to accept SD cards of that type.
There are 3 SD card types: SD, SDHC and SDXC. If the SD card size is 4GB to 32GB, the type is SDHC, and if the card is larger than 32GB, it is an SDXC type.
Newer devices will accept SDHC and SDXC cards, but older devices may not be able to read those SD card types. You should be able to check the specifications of the devices you are using by looking on the device manufacturer's web site.

PNY 2GB microSD... | Answered on Sep 28, 2017

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