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Old 10-24-2010, 09:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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for some reason I get a bad data on my media card should I fix it. I say yes and it says fixed then it does it again. This after a reboot. is there a way to format the card to make this stop or is the card maybe have damage and need replacing?
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Old 10-25-2010, 06:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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back up alll ur data on the memory card then format it on you pc, put it back into ur blackberry it should ask u to format again yes- FORMAT IT put ur data back on sdcard and use it the problem should stop. ALWAYS safely remove SDcards
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for some reason I get a bad data on my media card should I fix it. I say yes and it says fixed then it does it again. This after a reboot. is there a way to format the card to make this stop or is the card maybe have damage and need replacing?
I got that message quite often also, but not once since I upgraded to OS 6. I formatted the microSD card when running OS 5, but that didn't help. Can't wait for official OS 6 release from VZW. Hope the format reply helps you.
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I too have gotten that message, and it sent me into a near panic! I backed it up on my computer via an adapter, then re-inserted it into my BB and selected "Repair". No data was lost and it was back to normal in seconds. I've done this maybe 4 times in the last 6 months.
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I copied the stuff of it onto my computer, then removed the card, inserted into my computer formatted it, put it back in the phone and copied the contents of all the folders back onto it. I do not get that msg anymore after a reboot. Thanks for the help
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My experience was on my 9650 with OS 5.0.0.732. Every time I would delete or move pictures in and out of folders, I would get the error message after a reboot. This was consistent until I upgraded the OS to .975.
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My experience was on my 9650 with OS 5.0.0.732. Every time I would delete or move pictures in and out of folders, I would get the error message after a reboot. This was consistent until I upgraded the OS to .975.
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Similar here, shoud have tested .975 longer, but my Bold 9650 did quit complaining after updating to 6.0.0.280. Nice to know that 5.0.0.975 fixed the problem also.
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