SD card not detected on my PC Windows 10

November 27, 2019 at 13:56:03
Specs: Windows 10
mini SD card not detected on my PC Windows 10 when I put it in the card reader slot. I placed the card in the adapter and checked the list of available drives. Please help.

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#1
November 27, 2019 at 20:48:04
Does the card work on any other PC or device? If it's not being recognized, is there another adapter you can possibly try?

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#2
November 28, 2019 at 03:29:50
Right click on the start button and click on Disk Management. Does it show up in there?

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#3
November 28, 2019 at 04:38:10
Just to clarify...

does the PC have its own dedicated card reader slot; or are you using an adapter which plugs into a usb sport?

And do other usb devices work ok when plugged into a usb port?

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#4
December 12, 2019 at 02:52:30
Hi Have you try to check the SD card to the another system or PC. Goto the Disk management and check the SD card slot. If you still faced the problem you can contact the nearest SD card manufacturer because if the SD card not detected it means is full damaged. Thanks!


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#5
December 30, 2019 at 22:15:00
Maybe you can try these methods:
1. Update the drivers.
2. Try the SD card on another computer.
3. Check if the card reader is disabled and clean it by using cotton with alcohol.
4. Check if the SD card is infected with virus.
You may find a solution from the tip above.
If the issue can't be solved eventually, you have to rescue data from the SD card by using a reliable data recovery tool.

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#6
March 17, 2020 at 02:52:25
> you have to rescue data from the SD card by using a
> reliable data recovery tool.
>

A data recovery tool is what they call a logical fixing tool. It tries to re-arrange data on a given disk, so that the files are readable by any relevant program.

If a card turns up undetected, chance is very high this is a physical corruption, for which you need a totally different tool set.

If you want to fix logical courruption (if any), you first need to have the physical device working all fine. If you have physical corruption, chance is high you cannot fix it yourself, as the laws of physics apply here, and they don't change by running Windows software. The best thing a tool like CHKDSK can do, is mark damaged sectors as unusable. That is, if these sectors happen to be in the space that is not need for basic structural setup of that disk. Or, if it happens to be that most or all sectors are bad, not a lot can be done.


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#7
March 17, 2020 at 20:53:32
This post s from November/December 2019, why resurrect it? Or the others?

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