Unable to read/write from/to the SD card.
I use the lenovo W520 laptop, with Windows (Primary boot) and Ubuntu (Secondary boot). Until a while ago, the SD card was working on both Windows and Linux.
Apparently, while using 'dd' command on my Ubuntu to copy an image file (.img) to SD card mount (/dev/mmcblk0), I deleted the mount partition 'mmcblk0p1'. After this my SD card refuses to mount both on Windows and Ubuntu. I need urgent help to resolve this. With someone who has encountered similar issues, should be able to resolve this quickly.
Error I get on Ubuntu after inserting the SD card:
"Can't mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p1"
PS: I have 3 new SD card to try out from. We can use 'teamviewer' to access my system remotely. See screenshot.
Hello. I am an experienced Linux user and I shouldn't have problems with recreating partitions on your SD card.
Use this to recover your data: [url removed, login to view] Then use GParted to wipe all the partitions on the SD card, and reformat it. You're welcome, no need for a charge. Windows alternative for mak Plus
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Hi, Is the data in /dev/mmcblk0p1 important? if not, I would try to just format this partition, try: # [url removed, login to view] -F 32 -v /dev/mmcblk0p1 Hope that helps.
Hi, I have taken a look at the screenshot and I think I can try a thing or two to make the card work after getting team viewer to your system. BTW - I am new on this website so not really sure how to go any further Plus