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The "/storage/emulated/" folder does not really exist. It's what might be called a "symbolic link", or, in simpler terms, a reference to where the real data is stored. You'll need to find the actual physical location on your device where it is stored. Since it's in /storage/emulated/0/DCIM/.thumbnails, it's probably located in /Internal ...


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Sometimes contacts between external pins and internals components may get lost(Especially a case for USB flash drives where plug/unplug operations may broke soldered contacts). With USB drives it is much easier, just apply some mechanical pressure in different directions when it plugged to force restore contacts inside of drive. There bunch of such ones was ...


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I'm not an expert but here are my suggestions: there is the possibility that the microcontroller inside the sd card is broken by seeing that it suddenly stopped working. If this is the case, I expect it would be hard to overcome this by software approaches since the hardware is damaged. If not, then perhaps try recognizing it from linux? I noticed that ...


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I've occasionally had positive results when booting a system that didn't recognize a flash drive or memory card into an alternative operating system, such as booting a system with Windows installed on it from a Linux Live CD, instead, and then mounting the card/drive there and copying the data from it to other media. It may be a long shot to be able to ...


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In short, because they are having different spec, below image is the short summary of the three different type of SD: In long, you may want to go through the SD page in wiki, there is no way to bypass it since this is hardware limitation. (Of cause, unless you swap with different hardware with correct drive installed.)


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Ann, though I'm not sure what you mean by "I can view the other images but the other cannot," here are some questions to help us answer: How did you try to transfer the images? If you used Windows Explorer move, then that may have left the card in a state that cannot be read by the camera. Use Windows Explorer copy, instead, or use another application to ...


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Try to boot it again on Raspberry Pi and use sudo raspi-config there is an option Expand filesystem. On the next reboot it will try to expand filesystem to the maximum size of flash. Not sure if it might help though, it sounds like flash is dieing


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I had an SD card which kept reporting "write-protected" on Windows XP using the exFat file system. When I tried it on Windows 7, a box pop up to "Scan and repair the disk". After doing that, the disk worked (ie. was not "write-protected") on Windows XP. May not be related to your problem, hope its helpful.


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Although this wont solve your problem, i would recommend filtering out possible causes by creating a Bootable linux usb and test it in linux If it doesnt work you can assume it is hardware related, highly improbable If it does, i would assume the problem lies with either the drivers and or the system having changed, I recommend reinstalling the relevant ...


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The first thing to try when something like this happens is to check your drivers. Go to the Lenovo support site and download the latest drivers, not just for the card reader, but also for chipset. Second, install any Windows updates (or, if updates were installed recently, try removing some of them). If neither of these steps work, open the Command window ...


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You don't say what OS or boot loader you're using, but many boot loaders rely on direct sector references. That is, the boot code in the MBR is a rudimentary stub that tells the computer, essentially, "execute sector X to continue," where X is a hard-coded sector value, like 63 or 2048 or 27934920. LILO does this, for instance. Microsoft's MBR boot loader ...


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dd commands are correct, if the system doesn't boot I would guess that you need to restore grub (if it's linux), that is if you are sure that the /dev/sdb contains whole system. Try using BootRepair



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