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jaisonwhitekar

Can I save a corrupted Micro SD card?

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Can I save a corrupt Micro SD card?
My phone corrupted it or did something to it years ago making it readable but no longer writeable. I can’t delete, modify or write to it. I plugged it into my MacBook and after a bit of time a notice came up saying Disk Utility couldn’t repair it (it attempted to automatically without me telling it to) but I can still use it, just I may not be able to write to it. I tried to format it it in Disk Utility and it said it did it, but it didn’t. The SD Card is still exactly the same as it was years ago, with the same files etc.
I tried for,string on my PC, using Windows’ inbuilt method and a third party program (tried the same one on my Mac too) and both failed.

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On 11/6/2018 at 3:26 PM, jaisonwhitekar said:

Can I save a corrupt Micro SD card?
My phone corrupted it or did something to it years ago making it readable but no longer writeable. I can’t delete, modify or write to it. I plugged it into my MacBook and after a bit of time a notice came up saying Disk Utility couldn’t repair it (it attempted to automatically without me telling it to) but I can still use it, just I may not be able to write to it. I tried to format it it in Disk Utility and it said it did it, but it didn’t. The SD Card is still exactly the same as it was years ago, with the same files etc.
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I tried for,string on my PC, using Windows’ inbuilt method and a third party program (tried the same one on my Mac too) and both failed.

 

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