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  1. Anthony2816

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    When I hook my Fascinate to my Windows 7 64-bit computer and enable the USB connection, Windows pops up a notice recommending that I "Scan and fix" my "Removable Disk".

    Is that safe to do? I don't want Windows to change something that'll prevent Fascinate from correctly accessing the SD card...but neither do I want errors on the card.

    Saw a similar problem reported in the HTC Desire forum, but no solution was put forth.
     

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    I get the same message, i'm just going to copy the contents of the SD card to my computer then do the scan and fix, if i loose anything atleast i'll have it backed up.
     
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    Hi all, I'm getting the same on my Evo 3D. Did you encounter and problems or find any answers anywhere?
     
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    I finally ended up letting Windows 7 have at it, and no harm was done.
     
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    Cool. I just let Vista have at it too and no probs. Awesome.

    Oh, and I have an EVO 3D.
     

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