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> 5600 wont recognize sd card.
stevevw
post Jul 27 2004, 12:46 PM
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It used to read it but now it wont. It is a Sandisk 64mb SD card.

This is the output of dmesg

VFS: Disk change detected on device mmcd(60,1)
mmcda:SD read CRC error
sd_read_multiple(1) : receive error
mmc read checked internalbuf: ERROR adr = 0 (0x0) , len = 1024 (0x400)
[SD]-R 0000 0400 ERROR!
pxa_sd_receive_chars: wait full FIFO time out (cmd=18 block=49[32k])
sd_read_multiple(1) : receive error
mmc read checked internalbuf: ERROR adr = 1024 (0x400) , len = 1024 (0x400)
[SD]-R 0400 0400 ERROR!
SD read CRC error
sd_read_multiple(1) : receive error
mmc read checked internalbuf: ERROR adr = 0 (0x0) , len = 1024 (0x400)
[SD]-R 0000 0400 ERROR!
pxa_sd_receive_chars: wait full FIFO time out (cmd=18 block=43[32k])
sd_read_multiple(1) : receive error
mmc read checked internalbuf: ERROR adr = 1024 (0x400) , len = 1024 (0x400)
[SD]-R 0400 0400 ERROR!
unable to read partition table
VFS: Disk change detected on device mmcd(60,1)
mmcda:SD read CRC error
sd_read_multiple(1) : receive error
mmc read checked internalbuf: ERROR adr = 0 (0x0) , len = 1024 (0x400)
[SD]-R 0000 0400 ERROR!
pxa_sd_receive_chars: wait full FIFO time out (cmd=18 block=49[32k])
sd_read_multiple(1) : receive error
mmc read checked internalbuf: ERROR adr = 1024 (0x400) , len = 1024 (0x400)
[SD]-R 0400 0400 ERROR!
SD read CRC error
sd_read_multiple(1) : receive error
mmc read checked internalbuf: ERROR adr = 0 (0x0) , len = 1024 (0x400)
[SD]-R 0000 0400 ERROR!
pxa_sd_receive_chars: wait full FIFO time out (cmd=18 block=42[32k])
sd_read_multiple(1) : receive error
mmc read checked internalbuf: ERROR adr = 1024 (0x400) , len = 1024 (0x400)
[SD]-R 0400 0400 ERROR!
unable to read partition table
jffs2: attempt to mount non-MTD device 3c:01


I tried reformatting and repartitioning without any success. I have no problems using this card in my 6000L.

Any ideas on what to try next?
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cascadefx
post Jul 30 2004, 06:06 AM
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I had similar problems. I formatted it with a camera (of all things) at Walmart (using their display models) and it has worked fine since.

I had tried fdisking and reformatting with Linux and the Zaurus, but it wouldn't work.

The camera did the trick.

It has been three months now and it still works like a charm. I had caused it by not unmounting the card one too many times before removing it.
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Ferret-Simpson
post Jan 11 2006, 09:48 AM
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In other words. . you knackered the FAT tables. I did this to a friends 1 gig card. Well, They pulled it out of their Ipaq while it was writing, which ruined the FAT table (Why the hell doesn;t his copy of WinPPC have an Unmount Drive icon???) Then my Z wrote a directory structure on top of the files. We managed to get a few jpegs and the first 3 seconds of "Guns and roses-Paradise city" off alive. LOL
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post Mar 23 2006, 09:16 PM
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QUOTE(Ferret-Simpson @ Jan 11 2006, 09:48 AM)
In other words. . you knackered the FAT tables. I did this to a friends 1 gig card. Well, They pulled it out of their Ipaq while it was writing, which ruined the FAT table
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Is there any way to fix this on a Z? This looks like the problem I am having with my sd card but I don't have a camera to stick it into.

I have tried fdisk: unable to read card
I have tried formatting, both on the Z and on a PC with a card reader: not readable.

I would like to get this card working again. Is there a way?
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