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Someone, help me!

Post by Snowy Yialina on Sun Feb 23, 2014 9:17 am

 Hola, everyone! So, I need to ask a question... Why is my SDHC card causing my computer to crash? It happens, if I ever need to do anything or if I've been on the computer with that in for longer than 30 mins... It's really annoying and it's scary! What's up with it? It's brand new! 




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 It worked fine when I got it but I started getting problems yesterday...


 It's 16GB


 Class 10, 30MB/S 


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Re: Someone, help me!

Post by Winters Thief Zero on Sun Feb 23, 2014 9:25 am

Do you know how old your computer is, and what operating system you're using? Because it may be bigger than an older computer or operating system can handle. But I've personally never had the problem, so I'm not 100% sure.


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Post by Snowy Yialina on Sun Feb 23, 2014 9:30 am

Yozz to the rescue... sort of Razz Okay, uh, well. It's Windows 7, the make of the laptop is Stone, it is almost 2 years old... I've forgot how to find out the extra information... Where do you have to go for that?


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Post by queenzelda on Sun Feb 23, 2014 10:03 am

Well it is windows, so of course it doesn't need an excuse to crash. [/not a windows fan]

But, try booting your pc up without the micro sd card inside your pc when it starts & just let the pc run with out it until your pc has booted up fully. When your pc is finally up, try inserting the micro sd card & see if that doesn't help.

I'm thinking that maybe the pc has problems trying to keep up with not only all of the internal systems checks that windows usually does but the fact that your info on the micro sd card might be too much for it to handle for your pc right as it's booting up. So just try getting onto your pc with out it for a small window of time & see if that could be the issue.

Also; a way to find out more information is to right click on the icon, click on properties & the extra info you need should be the first page you read called 'general'. :3


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Post by Winters Thief Zero on Sun Feb 23, 2014 12:30 pm

Hm, it should be able to handle it considering it isn't all that old. I'd say try Queen's suggestion, but I do also want to know, when does it crash? Immediately when you put in the SD Card?


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Post by Snowy Yialina on Sun Feb 23, 2014 1:29 pm

@queenzelda wrote:Well it is windows, so of course it doesn't need an excuse to crash. [/not a windows fan]

But, try booting your pc up without the micro sd card inside your pc when it starts & just let the pc run with out it until your pc has booted up fully. When your pc is finally up, try inserting the micro sd card & see if that doesn't help.

I'm thinking that maybe the pc has problems trying to keep up with not only all of the internal systems checks that windows usually does but the fact that your info on the micro sd card might be too much for it to handle for your pc right as it's booting up. So just try getting onto your pc with out it for a small window of time & see if that could be the issue.

Also; a way to find out more information is to right click on the icon, click on properties & the extra info you need should be the first page you read called 'general'. :3
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Zero Revolution wrote:Hm, it should be able to handle it considering it isn't all that old. I'd say try Queen's suggestion, but I do also want to know, when does it crash? Immediately when you put in the SD Card?
  It happened whenever it was in for too long or if I tried to copy anything or take anything off of it...


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Post by King Atem on Sun Feb 23, 2014 2:08 pm

Yi wrote:It happened whenever it was in for too long or if I tried to copy anything or take anything off of it...
In other words: your pc couldn't do more then one operation is my guess. What you might want to try doing when copying files over is to not have your browser running or any thing else, like windows media, or etc when you go to copy any files over. I'm guessing that your pc just can't handle the load of information stored on your micro sd card. Yea it should be able to handle it, but over time as you accumulate & place more 'stuff' onto said sd card; some computers just can't handle such a huge load.


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