Media Card Corrupt Errors
my Torch 9800 has been working perfectly until this morning, last night i was showing my family photos and videos located on the 4GB card that came with the ATT phone and this morning after the phone reset with Quickpull i got a message saying the card had errors and would i like to fix it? i clicked yes and then it asked if i wanted to save any bad sectors if they were found "Yes" again, next message says "Cannot be fixed" and now the card is disabled, i took it in and out several times tried wipig it off same message every time, several reboots and again same message. plgged the phone in to the computer and i cannot access the card either, it says "Empty" anyone with a suggestion?? i have a backup but not current from the last few days so there are several pictures i do not want to lose??? any help is appreciated
thanks in advance
- 11-26-2010, 07:58 PM #2
Do you have another device you can put the SD card in and try? If that doesn't work you can recover the data. Check out this site, it works well--> Memory Card Recovery Software to Recover Lost Photos - CardRecovery
- CrackBerry User
11-26-2010, 08:24 PM #3
- 59 Posts
I had the same problem when data cable popped out of the port during file transfer..
If you have access to a linux or bsd box fsck's ms_dos fixed all errors and disk has been fine since no lost info.
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- CrackBerry Genius
11-26-2010, 08:30 PM #4
- 2,330 Posts
Can you see the card in Windows Explorer when the Torch is connected to the PC?
If you can then try formating it. Right click on it in explorer
You will lose all files on the card though.
You can format it on the device as well.850, 7250, 8830, 9800, Z10 & PB
well after several hours and lots of "Google" i found an app called Zero Assumption Recovery which WORKED!! no the card was not recognized when i put it in the computer and neither was it recognized when i plugged in the phone, i had some very important pictures, etc on the card and a format would not do, after 2+ hours with the above program it recovered about 99% of what was on the card. thanks for all your input and i would suggest a D/L of this program to keep in your arsenal
- CrackBerry Newbie
04-26-2012, 12:01 AM #8
- 1 Posts
I have come across the same thing with you. I pull my card out and connect it to a computer via a carder reader. And format it then recover the files. I use yesterdata pictures recovery software. It is a pity that it only support images recovery now.