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Old December 10th, 2011, 09:48 PM   #2138 (permalink)
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Or if you know anyone with a Mac, there are very good tools available to attempt to repair your sdcard. Windows has some options too, but not nearly as good, and though I'm sure Linux has even better tools, I'm not familiar enough with them to say.
True statements on all points, but the thing is, those tools are best used to retrieve valuable data from a dying card. When a card starts losing blocks that way, it typically gets progressively worse. SD cards are cheap enough, even in this economy, you can find them for around ten US dollars. You can just use some good disk utilities to revive the card. You should invest in a new one. I am not a commissioned salesperson.
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