Does h2testw work ok with the latest 128gb micro sd cards?

Anyone out there with the Sandisk 128gb micro sd and have run h2testw_1.4 successfully on it? I would like to confirm it is compatible. 

I just got a 128gb Sandisk micro sd from Amazon.de (from their own ‘warehouse deals’’, not a 3rd party reseller). So I thought this was a safe trusted seller. H2testw_1.4 reports;

Error reading file ‘E:\1.h2w’, offset 0x21500000.
(Data error (cyclic redundancy check). Code 23)
The media is likely to be defective.
10.6 MByte OK (21760 sectors)
522.3 MByte DATA LOST (1069824 sectors)
Details:0 KByte overwritten (0 sectors)
0 KByte slightly changed (< 8 bit/sector, 0 sectors)
522.3 MByte corrupted (1069824 sectors)
0 KByte aliased memory (0 sectors)
First error at offset: 0x0000000000aa0000
Expected: 0x0000000000aa0000
Found: 0x0000000000000000
H2testw version 1.3
Writing speed: 19.5 MByte/s
Reading speed: 27.4 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4

The parts in red are what are throwing me out. If it was faked (as in either Amazon was duped, or someone returned a fake to them and they sent it to me in error) I would expect to see say 3.8gb ok/132 gb lost. The numbers on this report seem way low.

So I wondered if actually the card is ok but the scan is faulty. 

I’m rerunning the test now and will also try FakeFlashTest and ChkFlash. Any suggestions appreciated. Thanks!

H2TESTW only tests the unused area by filling it with files. You need to freshly format the card first in order to test all of it.

FakeFlashTest will destroy all data on the card but is much quicker.

Thanks for your suggestion. I did format the drive first and I did also try FakeFlashTest. That also reported an error (‘DEVICE HAS DUPLICATE OR BAD BLOCKS’).  Interestingly I found that even FakeFlashTest took more than an hour to run on this size of card.

My initial question remains however, anyone out there run h2testw on the Sandisk 128gb cards successfully??