Sd card problem

I just bought a sandisk 64gb sandisk sdxc micro sd card. When i inserted it in my switch, it just didn’t recognize it. It works perfectly fine on my computer tho. I tried putting in other micro sd cards but no luck either. I think my port might be broken or something. Also, I tried formatting the card to no avail. Could someone help me?

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I had to format my sd card. That helped. In your case, have you tried all those solutions mentioned at sandisk 64gb micro sd card not recognized disk partition papers instructions?
?  I used SD Association’s Formatter (found the link in one of the older threads here - https://forums.sandisk.com/t5/Mobile-memory-professional-cards/FORMAT-64GB-MICRO-SDXC-PROBLEM/td-p/293517).

Corrupt SD Card via Chkdsk:-

  1. Click Start on your Windows taskbar, and open “Computer.” …
  2. Right-click “cmd” under Programs and choose “Run as administrator”. …
  3. Press Enter and chkdsk will start checking your corrupted SD card and will then fix any corruption on the card.

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