11-17-2010 07:32 AM - edited 11-17-2010 07:52 AM
I have a 2GB MicroSD that I was using in a Samsung Saga Windows based mobile phone. Since switching over to my Blackbery Curve (8830) I noticed it didn't seem to be able to format or use the card. If you tried letting the Curve "fix" it, it would just run and run and run, and never finish (and also kill my battery 3 times as fast). There is data on the card and I can read it via my computer's card reader.
Here's what I have tried:
Formating it via my blackberry - fails
Formatting it via the card reader in my PC - fails
Putting the MicroSD into a SD adapter and trying to format it via my PC - fails
When I try to simply delete the existing files off of it (from PC), they disapear, but then reapear as soon as the card is re-inserted.
Tried running the winows error-checking tool - fails
Put it back in the old phone and tried to delete files - the reapear just like on my PC
Is there any hope or is it just time to cut my losses and throw it away?
Edit: I just tried formating it from the cmd prompt and got a "Invalid media or Track 0 bad - disk unusable" error