I have a 4GB microSD which has been used fine on my X61 laptop for a couple
of years (by using a micro to normal-size SD adaptor). I took out this microSD
2 days ago to insert into a handheld scanner (Skypix) & after scanning, when I
put it back into the same adaptor which inserts into the laptop's SD slot, Win XP's
explorer can't detect anything. Another 1GB microSD using the same adapter
could be detected & its contents could be read.
Any way (or any freeware) I can use to attempt to recover what's in that
'suspect' 4GB microSD?
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