Windows always wants to scan (and correct) SD card

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mmoser, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. mmoser

    mmoser Active Member
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    Whenever I connect my Desire in "disk-mode" a Windows 7 alert pops up telling me that there might be a problem with my disk and asking whether I want to scan and fix the drive. No matter what I respond (if I agree to have it scanned it will do so and always reports "no issues found"), it will invariably come up with that popup again the next time I attach the phone.

    When I take the SD card out of the mobile and put it in my card reader and then do a "chkdsk" on the drive, it also always tells me, that there is no problem.

    So, why does Windows then always see a problem when attaching the Desire in disk mode? Is there a way to stop this nuissance?

    Michael
     

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  2. nx1977

    nx1977 Well-Known Member
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    Vista does the same. I just press ignore
     
  3. jred7469

    jred7469 Well-Known Member
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    Mine has just started doing this on win 7 too
     
  4. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member
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    I get this occasionally. It's usually the next time I mount if I had previously interrupted the Windows mount, or if I mount whilst the phone is checking the card for errors. Not sure about what happens if the phone is using the card when mounting
     
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