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Phone kills SD cards?

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Then, such a disaster...


Yesterday after restarting the phone (Huawei u9000 Android 2.2.2), the device told me that the card is corrupted or empty!!! The PC saw it too... the Card was old and I decided that it really burned — bought a new one. Today she was on "cheers" worked all day. And now the phone froze again, I rebutnul and saw the same message!!! And the symptoms are the same!!! The card can not be read! Using Easy Recovery started data recovery — now like files out. And maybe the card will rise after full formatting. The question is different! What is the reason??? Prior to that, the phone worked without any hints of similar problems about six months... the same can Not phone to "burn" cards! Maybe some sort of virus that does something with the file system? This is possible at all? Tell me, good people!
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Phone you probably broke up during recording to a memory card, you have prevented the normal write data by a reboot and got a broken card.
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and you can't be corrupted internal memory or RAM? Maybe because of this, plus a hairline fracture of some kind (dropped?), perhaps even the memory card slot is loose — loose. Can both cards be broken you just got unlucky. What brand card did you buy? 1000 and 1 nuance in your situation. In addition to the reasons can be effect. Maybe the firmware was buggy? Try this if the third time does not work, flash it. But if you have a broken memory inside the phone, you can brick...
I certainly intimidate, but to say clearly — here it is... this plague that tormented me — alas. But I hope your machine everything will be fine =)
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Was a little like weed. The problem was solved by formatting the card directly from the phone menu. All attempts to format the card in Ubuntu 10.04, Win XP, 7 ended up being the card in the phone either did not read, or when you start recording, the files of the Vistula.
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Join those who have written above — re-flash, the way the Optimus One on the standard firmware for a very long time loaded application at start-up and validation was, and so sometimes gave corrupted memory card. Did the test by means of Linux. All the problems went away when I updated to ICS. After you run the test 1-2 seconds, sometimes even not visible, and the software starts immediately, never had errors. And what about resuscitation — if Windows does not see you can try specialized software (don't know what linuksoid I), or if there is Linux there see what dmesg outputs, then I think using gparted be able to format. And restore data it is possible to get through testdisk as lucky.
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The problem can solved by using low level formatting, can use for example HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool. Phone ribotide most likely due to the fact that the crash occurs when recording information on the map. Sounds like a firmware problem, try to reflash.
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htc wildfire, formatting helps, but not for long — after the first failure. The phone has survived two cards. Now the third one.
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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro - Android 2.1,same problem,two memory card went to sleep.Yesterday he tried a third burn-popped up the message "configure memory card ", I immediately reviewed if there are any pictures, everything was in place, two hours later that the phone was just lying on the table, I again reviewed files were gone. Brought it in for repair, they said the card is burnt, came home, inserted it into the phone - everything is there. What the hell is this ??Interested in repairing what could be the problem: he says you can try to flash it, but nothing is guaranteed.
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