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I have seen this quite a bit with cheap china drives. I have probably 100 flash drives that my work bought and were supposed to be 2gb drives with our logo on them. Most only have 128MB useable space. if you write any more than that you might as well consider it lost. I have also seen sd cards that were this way as well. ...
To me, it sounds like the card isn't real. Some people format the card to appear larger than it actually is. I've fallen for this trick myself a few years ago. $10 for a 64GB card is unrealistic. I'd recommend seeking a refund through PayPal protection insurance.
I've done this on Linux, but it should work on a Mac as well as long as ZFS is working. You can check my write-up on my blog. You can probably find the relevant mappings for the changes that I made and adapt them for Mac. I would be interested to hear if it worked out - its surprisingly difficult to find many write-ups on peoples experiences with this ...
It's likely that every time the phone formats it, it's wiping all the data from it. Did a quick search though, and this may work for you. Be aware that it entirely command line: http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec
You can try a recovery software that scans the media sector by sector (like Get Data Back for FAT). Such a software does not require a valid file system and if the card is still readable (even if it has bad sectors) it will get you back some files.
I can suggest you two alternatives to try. There are Nikon Camera drivers/software available. Please check that if any installation/update is needed or not in your PC. Try using a branded new USB card reader to transfer your photos. Regarding your query, there are recovery software available online which can cater your needs. Reference: Stellar Phoenix ...
If you connect through USB to the camera can't you access the card and copy the data?
Since you can view the images in the D90, why not transfer them directly from the camera to PC by USB cable? Once the files are saved, you can format the card in the camera, which creates directories, or scrap it. Directions for file transfer are on p. 148 of the user manual, available at ...
I've had success with dd for Windows, which I believe is a rewrite rather than a port. It's open-source and does not rely on Cygwin. I particularly liked the dd --list command, which listed all the disk devices along with enough info to identify the one I wanted.
Go in Settings, Apps, All. Look for the app named Launcher*. Tap on it and then tap on Force stop. The launcher restarts and all icons are restored. Why I think it works: while booting, the external sd card is not mounted yet when the launcher checks what icons it has to display. After the boot is completed, the sd card is mounted and so the launcher has ...
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