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Micro SD Card Not Recognized in Windows 10 (SOLVED)

A couple years ago I was using a 200GB micro SD card to set up a hackintosh so when I came to use the SD card today it was showing up as 2 EFI drives. I've restored this to a single drive to format it using the 'clean' command in diskpart in the command line however the drive is not showing up in Windows. I can go to the disk manager and it will be shown there and it's recognised on my Macbook. I've tried ExFAT and FAT and nothing showing.

 

EDIT: Ok fixed it, hadn't assigned a drive letter (oops) still managed to work under MacOS though...

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6 minutes ago, smush said:

A couple years ago I was using a 200GB micro SD card to set up a hackintosh so when I came to use the SD card today it was showing up as 2 EFI drives. I've restored this to a single drive to format it using the 'clean' command in diskpart in the command line however the drive is not showing up in Windows. I can go to the disk manager and it will be shown there and it's recognised on my Macbook. I've tried ExFAT and FAT and nothing showing.

Try assigning the card using the following command in diskpart after formatting.

assign

 

Also, I would use the SD Memory Card Formatter to reformat SD cards. I find it works a lot better than trying to do so in File Explorer.

https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter/

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