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My Micro SD Card Suddenly Won't Work!

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by matmanlives, Apr 14, 2010.

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  1. matmanlives

    matmanlives Thread Starter

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    I use windows xp.
    now, i have had this SD card for a while now, and it has worked fine since i had it. i first used it in an R4 card for a DS and since for emulated games on my Wii. it was working fine this afternoon, and i have used it on more than one laptop today. including my own since i have been on another.
    but now it has just given up. when i put it in the USB adapter, the adapter is recognised but has no drive letter or volume assigned. when i put it in the wii, again, it is as though there is nothing there.
    i am at a loss as to hat the reason behind this could be, as it was working fine about an hour ago.
    ti connect it to my laptop i use a micro SD adapter into a USB stick, and to go into the wii it is just the micro SD adapter.
    anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. Grob needs help

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    is there dust in the connector as this can sometimes be a problem, get a CLEAN paint brush and use it to clean out the connector and try again, this might not be the problem but i have had it as well so give it a go.
     
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