|I was copying files from my MicroSD card in my phone to my Windows 10 PC via a USB cord. I had TeraCopy installed so my PC was making use of it for the file transfer process. I decided not to use TeraCopy so I cancelled the process. But I remembered that for me to copy files without TeraCopy I have to uninstall it, so I did. I received a feedback that I have to restart my PC for the uninstallation to be complete, and I did.|
However, my phone was still connected to my PC., and being afraid that something might go wrong if my PC restarts with my phone still connected to it, I disconnected my phone only to find out that my MicroSD (HC class 10) 16GB card has become blank. I tried formatting it with my phone which is Nokia C2-00 but was told that the option is not available for a read only memory card.
Moreover, I have tried formatting it with Windows using Command Prompt, Disk Management and Diskpart all to no avail. I used SDFormatter and was told that the disk is write-protected, although Diskpart shows "Current read only state: No" and "Read-only: No".
Hence, is there still hope for my memory card, and what do I do?