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I had a card that gave this error with a command line format on XP, and also said "the format failed to complete" in the GUI. Windows 7 just locked up trying to format it. In the end, I formatted it in my T2i CAMERA (seriously) and it worked. It seems to be fine now, and also works in my computer. Unfortunately, I can't investigate the full properties of ...


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Yes. (Don't know what else to say. There's nothing stopping you from transferring files between file systems except for edge cases where the file names or sizes are unacceptable to the destination file system. The former is easily fixed though.)


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You can install Debian to your Mac, or a virtual machine. Debian can read bootable SD card. You can also use OSXFUSE to mount ext4 partition directly without virtual machine. I don't tried that, but it should work. And yes, it's easier to transfer files with ftp or samba. I recommend putting a ftp server to your mac, and use wget to transfer files through ...


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You will be able to install whatever you want to it, whether that be programs, files, etc... it will be treated as any other drive/partition. The only exception is that it won't be the "main" drive so when installing programs you may have to manually change the installation destination. Work-arounds exist for solving this inconvenience though. If you're ...


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You can install almost whatever you want, it's like you have another partition on your laptop. I have a 64GB MicroSD class 10 and I've got all my programs on it. For things like movies, pictures, and documents I just use the cloud. I would also recommend keeping that SD card only for the laptop. If you want to use it for a camera I recommend formatting ...


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SD cards are NORMALLY addressed as /dev/mmcblkXY for ex. /dev/mmcblkp1 Other than that the usual grub install /update commands work fine


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The reason you have this problem is that the volume you copied over is smaller than the drive you copied it onto. The simplest way to fix this is to reformat the drive, also called repartitioning. However, you could also expand the 4Gb volume to fill the new disk. You may be able to do this with the same tool you used for cloning. I know gparted can do ...


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It is because the file system was also copied to the 64GB card. The file system says it is 4GB. If you still want your data in the card, you need to adjust it with some partitioning tools, like this one: http://www.disk-partition.com/ AOMEI. It has a free edition for Windows users. I think it can be used to adjust the partition size. If it cannot, you may ...


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You have overwritten the card's partition table. Most consumer embedded devices require a BIOS (PC) partition table, and I'll guess that your phone is such a device. My experience is with cameras; I guess that a phone is probably similar. I'll also assume, that unlike my cameras, the phone doesn't have a 'reformat memory card' action hidden in its menus ...


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I'm using Kubuntu 15.04, VirtualBox 4.3.26 This assumes that the sd card device is /dev/mmcbl0 , and the output .vdk will be sd-card.vmk : sudo VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename ./sd-card.vmdk -rawdisk /dev/mmcblk0 Not sure this is the best way to fix permissions, but it worked: sudo chmod 777 /dev/mmcblk0 sudo chmod 777 ./sd-card.vmdk ...



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