- Nov 11, 2015
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I have two 4 Gig cards that do not show up on my machines. Both are Dell desktops running Windows 10 Pro one is 32 bit the other is 64 bit. Thanks for your help.
Usually only need to right-click the card in File Explorer and Format [as FAT32] which should take care of the problem but I have seen where nothing including GPARTED could reformat, just tossed them out and bought new. I got a packaged pair of Verbatim 16GB for 11.97 a week ago.There is a way to wipe the cards clean and I am just having problems doing so. If they are wiped clean then there should be no problem formatting them.
Both are micro SD cards. I tried them with the adapter and without the adapter. Looked at them Disk Management but still cannot get either to format.Is the card one of those which can use an adapter and if so have you tried it both ways?
Have you looked at the card with Disk Management? If it has been cleaned, you may be able to initialize and format it there.
I have a Kingston 4 GB card which has never been used. I will try it with some of my Dell systems later.
I've not worked frequently with "Diskpart" [prefer a non-Microsoft product] but right-click the Start button then click Disk Management which can help in managing partitions and drives they are on. Every disk needs at least one partition.Do you know what Disk Managment or Diskpart are and have you ever used either one?
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