Windows 10: "dead" SD card
"dead" SD card
Hello guys! I have a SD card in my phone that suddenly stopped working. I tried to insert it in my PC but the PC didn't "see" it. Can I get back my data? I had lots of photos.
Is that a standard size SD or SDHC card or is it a MicroSDXC card? My phones and small tablets use the MicroSDXC card and require an adapter to fit in a Desktop or Notebook card reader. I have had that adapter [usually comes with the MicroSDXC card] go bad while the card itself was still good. If the phone cards work like the SD/SDHC cards in a camera, one doesn't want to reformat it in a computer.
I plugged my laptop into an integra 30.4 receiver via HDMI port (multiple ports) and with the receiver on the right device port and connected to a tv or a projector and I get no audio out of the HDMI port only Video. Video works great!
have a new install desktop Windows 10 Pro. Sharing printers around the LAN. There are two devices that it picked up on the net that are phantoms: the printers no longer exist, were attached to another windows machine that no longer lives.
when I click on search and type "check for updates", or "windows updates settings", I can't open the result. I click, and nothing happens.
But if I go to "settings", and then to "update and security", it opens just fine.
What is the matter with...
I have the following in Notifications
I have uninstalled Screenshot Captor, I have run CCleaner over the Registry, I removed all traces of Screenshot Captor from the registry and I've rebooted - yet the Notification list still has...
Ok so i just got a a Ralink RT3290 for my laptop. the card that was in there before was a Atheros AR5B195.
did i really upgrade? is there any comparisons?