Boot Sector And Backup Are Bad, Solutions?

How to use TestDisk to recover lost partition
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Durian
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Boot Sector And Backup Are Bad, Solutions?

#1 Post by Durian » 28 Nov 2019, 14:37

Hi everyone, I have tried to format my RAW SD Card but have not found any way that works, so I am looking for other ways.

1. I opened TestDisk and tried Analyse and also Deeper Search = Nothing found

2. Advanced > Boot > Rebuild BS > List = Files could be seen and recovered > Write > Y = This was shown (Refer to the picture)

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So what do I do now to fix this so I can format it? Or is there a direct way to just format this thing

*CHKDSK DOES NOT WORK
*DISKPART DOES NOT WORK
*DISK MANAGEMENT DOES NOT WORK

*Default Windows 7 Format does not work
*SD Card Formatter does not work
*AOMEI Partition Assistant does not work

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Re: Boot Sector And Backup Are Bad, Solutions?

#2 Post by cgrenier » 29 Nov 2019, 16:50

If formating the card doesn't work, it means there is an hardware problem. You should use another card instead.

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