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  1. LAWLETTE

    LAWLETTE Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I booted my phone this morning and it has had "Preparing SD card Checking for errors" since boot. I am I bit worried now, seeing as it has been a few hours. Its a class 2 4 gig. I haven't had any problems with it until now. Is there any option besides just formatting it? I would hate to lose everything seeing as everything is on the card because this phones lack of internal storage!
     

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    new optimus Well-Known Member

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    do you have an sd card reader? if so pull it out of the phone and put in to your computer see if you can pull all the files off that way. then place back in your phone and format, hook back to the computer and transfer files back.
     
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    LAWLETTE Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just attempted that, but my computer doesn't recognize the card. It does the media inserted sound, but it does not show anything has been inserted.
     
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    I hate say it but your data may be corrupted,
    you running windows or linux?

    if under windows go to administrative tools then computer management, then disk management your sd card should show up, it may say needs to be initialized and formatted if it does you are going to lose all your data.
    There may be a way to recover it but in windows it normally means buying a recovery program.
     
  5. LAWLETTE

    LAWLETTE Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    When I try to load the disk manager it stops responding, and when I have the micro sd card in the reader my computer will not recognize any other media I insert.
     
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    LAWLETTE Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I was able to use recuva to salvage everything. It has an option to search corrupt storage for undeleted files, thus I was able to get everything off and restore the card. I have decided not to use that one anymore just in case.
     
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    Good to hear. Ya I would hesitate to use that one as something had to corrupt it.
     
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    i need help guys! hi im sraxone u can call me sr. for short i have an lg optimus p 509 t and the other day ago my sim phone says : prepearing for sd card and under it it says checking for errors i jus had 2 more kids this year and i cant afford to buy a new android like i would alothough i would be willing to barter some reallycool airbrush work for the trade but anyways im studying rooting and such but my buddy at work yesterday put my sd card in is phone and it worked fine i looked on youtube and a vid had me turn the phone off and when it was coming on it told me to hold the home+volume down and power button but it totally resetted my phone! which is really no biggie i guess but i need that card to work on the phone. i havent rooted yet asim still studying but i need the pics off my sd card it says: micro sd pqi 2gbif anyone can help please do if not thank you for reading what i posted :n)
     
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    This should work the same as there both android phones, I use the Prevail vs Optimus but here it goes. To remove items from your mini sd card to your pc:


    *Go to your phone settings.
    *Look for and select
     

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