Is there any way to make an SD card operable again after it got corrupted due to not following the proper procedure while ejecting it?
I would use it, but the thing is, for whatever reason it stopped working on my system some time ago. It always says that the device is currently in use and doesn't disconnect it.
Are you certain that it cannot be at least formatted? I was able to recover the files I cared about and they're fine.
Already got it and I'm gonna try it, however it would be the most optimal if I could fully recover the card to its previous state. You think it's a plausible option?
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OP here again
after meditating over what to do while watching cute little girl anime, I decided not to give up.
What should I do? Rebuild boot sector or copy backup?
>not the newest SPDX
get with the times m8
Just use linux, open with gparted or something similar delete any partitions,and create new ones, or if it doesnt work use dd and format it/fill it with zeroes, also you could try windows disk error checking (that is if windows detectvthe card at all)
I figured that since all the files on the visible partition seem to be intact, returning the card to its pre-corrupted state is a possibility.
The reason why format will be my last resort is because there's an inaccessible partition created by a 3DS hack that can't be accessed without the 3DS. It contains my game saves so I'd rather not lose it.
You are imagining it
Well then use dd and make disk images of the partitions you want,
I think dd should be able to see the partition(s), so copy them (then you can mount them and edit/copy shit inside them) or just format the card and write those partitions (or only 3ds one) back to the card
my phone kept corrupting my micro sd this summer
first time I used chkdisk and it corrupted again withing a week (but recovered all files)
second time I used chkdisk and it hasn't been bad since but made the card read only from my phone but can be edited on computers and other work arounds (recovered all files)