1. LaikeWade's Avatar
    Hi Crackberry, I'll try and keep it short. Basically I have an 8GB SD Card for my Blackberry Bold 9700. I have a heap of Images, Music & various videos located on the card. I have had this card for around 4/5 month's with no problem's.

    The problem I am faced with now is the ability to removed any data from the card. I delete images (Folders or single), and then as soon as a device re-boot kick's in or my device is plugged into my laptop, they re-appear as if they were never removed. I'm finding it really annoying since I need the space for other thing's and I need to remove old crap.

    Does anyone have a solution?
    08-11-11 09:06 AM
  2. Rootbrian's Avatar
    If you have a memory card reader, not just your blackberry, insert the card into that, then plug it in. Run disk checker to check for errors after you've used Shift-Delete to delete items off the card.

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    08-11-11 12:57 PM
  3. xhotkey's Avatar
    activate mass storage mode
    click on start menu, run "cmd", type "chkdsk x:/f"
    "x" is the volumn of your blackberry
    08-13-11 02:20 PM
  4. LaikeWade's Avatar
    activate mass storage mode
    click on start menu, run "cmd", type "chkdsk x:/f"
    "x" is the volumn of your blackberry
    Hi there, with your method I get the following message:

    C:\Users\Laike>chkdsk e:f
    The type of the file system is FAT32.
    Volume BLACKBERRY created 2.7.11 20:34
    Volume Serial Number is 3663-3331
    Windows is verifying files and folders...
    File and folder verification is complete.
    Windows has checked the file system and found no problems.
    7,753,728 KB total disk space.
    17,920 KB in 553 hidden files.
    11,552 KB in 358 folders.
    7,290,272 KB in 5,635 files.
    433,952 KB are available.

    32,768 bytes in each allocation unit.
    242,304 total allocation units on disk.
    13,561 allocation units available on disk.
    The \f file was not found.


    Nothing seem's to be corrected or formatted? As you can see I had to change the 'X' to 'E' as that was my Blackeberry USB drive. What should the 'F' File be?
    08-14-11 02:28 PM
  5. Rootbrian's Avatar
    I think he meant: chkdsk /f X:

    Hi there, with your method I get the following message:

    C:\Users\Laike>chkdsk e:f
    The type of the file system is FAT32.
    Volume BLACKBERRY created 2.7.11 20:34
    Volume Serial Number is 3663-3331
    Windows is verifying files and folders...
    File and folder verification is complete.
    Windows has checked the file system and found no problems.
    7,753,728 KB total disk space.
    17,920 KB in 553 hidden files.
    11,552 KB in 358 folders.
    7,290,272 KB in 5,635 files.
    433,952 KB are available.

    32,768 bytes in each allocation unit.
    242,304 total allocation units on disk.
    13,561 allocation units available on disk.
    The \f file was not found.


    Nothing seem's to be corrected or formatted? As you can see I had to change the 'X' to 'E' as that was my Blackeberry USB drive. What should the 'F' File be?
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    08-14-11 06:53 PM
  6. LaikeWade's Avatar
    I think he meant: chkdsk /f X:



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    Tried that one too, not working. Just gives me like a check on my card! I need a format to be performed. For some reason, there is no way to keep the data of the SD card after a delete!
    08-15-11 03:59 PM
  7. xhotkey's Avatar
    Hi there, with your method I get the following message:

    C:\Users\Laike>chkdsk e:f
    The type of the file system is FAT32.
    Volume BLACKBERRY created 2.7.11 20:34
    Volume Serial Number is 3663-3331
    Windows is verifying files and folders...
    File and folder verification is complete.
    Windows has checked the file system and found no problems.
    7,753,728 KB total disk space.
    17,920 KB in 553 hidden files.
    11,552 KB in 358 folders.
    7,290,272 KB in 5,635 files.
    433,952 KB are available.

    32,768 bytes in each allocation unit.
    242,304 total allocation units on disk.
    13,561 allocation units available on disk.
    The \f file was not found.


    Nothing seem's to be corrected or formatted? As you can see I had to change the 'X' to 'E' as that was my Blackeberry USB drive. What should the 'F' File be?
    parameter "/f " means "force" to correct any possible error. But it seems no error in your card, so it doesn't matter.
    I think you need a memory card reader to delete media files because they are occupied by your mobile. That's why you can't delete them on your phone.
    08-16-11 08:05 AM
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