domenica 8 novembre 2015

Windows 7 10 disk recovery with commnd prompt

Command prompt > type diskpart.
Type list disk, find the one that is your SD card, by matching the capacity, and remove all other flash disks to keep confusion minimal.
It isn't likely that your hard drive matches your SD card size, I hope. Anyway, it will have a Disk # next to it.
Now type "select disk #" where number is the SD card. Now type "clean". Then go into Disk Management by typing "compmgmt.msc" in the Run window and selecting Disk management on the left pane. You should get a message saying that a disk must be initialized. If not, then look through the list of disks for the SD card, and it should say "Not Initialized".
Right click, initalize, select MBR and follow the rest of the info. This was the method I used on my flash drive to clear out linux mbr bootloaders.

For SD cards try:

[GUIDE] Using chkdsk to fix a corrupted SD card-admin.jpg

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