On 6/22/2020 7:20 PM, Wayne Shumaker wrote:
At 6/22/2020 05:15 PM, you wrote:
On 6/22/2020 4:31 PM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
"I suspect a failure in writing, or in the card itself, either memory or memory
All the images can be viewed in order on the cam but that does not exclude the
above. So should I attempt to get a new card under warranty? I think they may
just send a refurb or some such and possibly not new.
Should I consider the card evil, potentially devouring valuable images, never
to be trusted, worthy of banishment to the dust heap of history? Is a dry run
of a string of images after reformatting an adequate test?
Sure, if Lexar will send a replacement, get it. Otherwise:
1. Determine that is is, in fact, Lexar. I know, B&H, right packaging.
2. Find a real, read/write tester.
3. Format with the SD Assoc formatter.
<https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter/> Sure. we know the camera
formatter is best. Except if it isn't, in some obscure way.
4. Then, camera format.
Does the camera allow mirroring pix on both cards? You might do that for a
while, until sure the problem was a one time thing.
I personally would not try to do anything with the card in the camera until I
ran RescuPro to try to recover the files. Everytime you put the card in the
camera, you have no guarantee the camera does not write to the card. For
instance, If you put a blank card in the camera, the camera will create
OH Yes, absolutely. I thought it was clear from which part of Mike's post I replied to that I was talking about AFTER
recovery or determination that recovery isn't to be.
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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