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Problems With Micro Sd Card

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mhdizzy

Hi

i have a micro sd card in my s3 but it goes offline sometimes and i have to remove it then reinsert it for it to come back online. it is nfts formatted.

has anyone else had this issue?

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schoondoggy

What is the type or part number of the card?

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mhdizzy

i think its a sandisc

i put a piece of black electrical tape on the backside of the card,it seems to have fixed the problem so far,fingers crossed...

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schoondoggy

Some cards do not support NTFS format.

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WolfJT

I am seeing the same thing with the SP3. I havea Sandisk 64 gig card. I did not see this issue with a 32 gig card. What is the size of your card?

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schoondoggy

I am seeing the same thing with the SP3. I havea Sandisk 64 gig card. I did not see this issue with a 32 gig card. What is the size of your card?

Is your card micro SDHC or SDXC?

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WolfJT

XC

sent from TapTalk for Windows Phone

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DLCPhoto

This is a known problem for various Surface devices, and I've seen reports involving a wide variety of brands and sizes.  I've been unable to pinpoint what the specific problem is.

 

In my case, I had a Lexar 633x 128gb card, UHS-I/U3, 95 MBps, which seemed to be the fast I could find, that kept unmounting under certain circumstances (connecting a USB hard drive, flash drive, etc.).  I replaced it with a SanDisk Ultra 128gb (48 MBps), which has performed flawlessly.

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WolfJT

I'll give this a try. Thanks

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