Sd card can not open

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vinodk@217
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my sd card say format before i opening. i have very important files in my sd card, without format i want open my sd card... please sir give reply urgent

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Jan 29, 2016 at 10:46 AM
Hello vinodk@217,

Please, follow these steps:
1. Open command prompt
2. Type the following:
attrib -s -h -r X: /*.* / s / d Then hit "Enter" and wait about 30 seconds
Be careful! Respect the spaces between words and script. Change the letter X with that has been assigned to the SD card on your PC (that you can see it in My Computer. It can be anything, depends on each computer.)
3. Finally, browse the SD card and delete the "RECYCLER" folder and if there is another one called "Autorun", you have to delete that too.

Let me know if that helped.
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Jan 31, 2016 at 04:06 AM
Parameter format not correct -, like it will cme sir please help me
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Jan 31, 2016 at 04:05 AM
attrib -s -h -r X: /*.* / s / d, Parameter format not correct - , this message is cmg when i do it
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Feb 1, 2016 at 05:59 AM
Hi Vinodk@217,

I strongly recommend you to connect the SD to another PC or to another device. Are you using it on a PC through an adaptor? Please confirm that the adaptor is working correctly. Check with another SD card, if possible.
Open Disk Management and check if the SD card appears with correct file format and a drive letter. If there is a drive letter, open the Command Prompt and use the chkdsk D: /f command replacing D with your SD card’s letter.

Hope this helps

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