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  1. virgopunk

    virgopunk Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've just a brand new Galaxy S. I put it on charge this morning after it drained and when I powered up it stated that it was unable to read either the internal SD or the external SD. I really don't want to have to send it back if I can avoid it. Does anyone know if this is a user-faxable problem? Would a factory reset solve the problem?I grately appreciate any advice.Thanks.
     

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  2. anfearg

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    You could try formatting the card in Settings > SD card and phone storage > Format

    Hope this helps
     
  3. chaseinyaface

    chaseinyaface New Member

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    ive had my galaxy s for about 3 weeks now, and yesterday it also said it could not mount my sd card. i pulled out my card plugged it into my friends blackbrry and i could veiw all my files, i then plugged their sd card into my phone and i could see their stuff. so i figured there was some sort of corrupted file between my device and the sd card i formatted the card, and it hasnt changed a thing, still wont mount. and my galaxy prefers any other sd card then mine. althought the sd card works in other phones im not really sure whats going on.. and i really dont want to buy another 16gb card..
     

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