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Damaged SD Card Try Reformatting it

Damaged SD Card Try Reformatting it

Damaged SD Card Try Reformatting it

Geeks - If your SD card is not working properly, one possible solution is to try reformatting it. This will erase all the data on the card, so make sure you have backed up any important files before proceeding. To reformat an SD card, you will need a computer with an SD card reader, and a suitable formatting tool. There are many different formatting tools available, and the specific steps to use them may vary. Here are some general steps to reformat an SD card:

Insert the SD card into the card reader on your computer.

Locate the formatting tool on your computer. This may be a built-in tool, such as the "Disk Management" utility on Windows, or a third-party tool that you have installed.

Select the SD card from the list of available drives.

Choose the desired formatting options, such as the file system and allocation unit size.

Begin the formatting process. This may take a few minutes to complete, depending on the size of the SD card.

If the formatting process is successful, your SD card should be working properly again. If you continue to have issues with the card, it may be damaged and unable to be repaired. In that case, you may need to purchase a new SD card.

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