"I encountered a problem with my 4GB SanDisk micro SD card. When I wanted to view files on the card on my digital camera, it says cannot open card. Then, I plugged the card to my Samsung computer, and Windows reports an I/O device error on the micro SD card. I cannot access the card. Can you tell me how to repair the I/O device error on a SanDisk micro SD card without data loss?"
"I receive an I/O error message on my SanDisk micro SD card for my smartphone. The computer says that micro SD card is not accessible and has an I/O error, but I still have many important files inside the card. How can I restore files from a SanDisk micro SD card that has I/O error?"
Download iCare Data Recovery to restore all kinds of files from a SanDisk micro SD card that shows I / O device error and is not accessible anymore.
I/O device error, namely I/O error, refers to input/output error. If your SanDisk micro SD card is not accessible due to an I/O device error, you should extract files off the micro SD card by using a professional data recovery program - iCare Data Recovery. The program helps you search for all files stored on the SanDisk micro SD card even if it is not accessible. The program will list all found files so that you can preview them before restoring them. Usually, you can preview files like images, word files, and excel files. If you are satisfied with the scanning result, you can select all found files and recover them in batch. Then, you can try to repair the I/O error on the micro SD card.
Step1. Connect the SanDisk micro SD card to your computer. Download and install the data recovery program on the computer. Then, you can run the program and choose a recovery module.
Step2. Choose the micro SD card as scanning device. You just need to wait during the scanning.
Step3. You can preview some found files like pictures and office files after scanning. Then, you can select all the files lost from the micro SD card and recover them.
The SanDisk micro SD card is not recognized on its original electronic device like digital camera or mobile phone? Receiving I/O error message when connect the card to your computer? The error message you receive might be "I:\ is not accessible. The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error". Here I: refers to the drive letter of your micro SD card when you connect it to your computer. You may run into such kind of problem and receive the I/O device error message due to many reasons, while virus infection is one of the most common reasons. In order to erase possible virus on the micro SD card, you can run anti-virus software. If the SanDisk micro SD card is still not accessible and shows I/O error, you can reformat the card.
Whenever you receive the I/O device error message on your SanDisk micro SD card, the first thing you should do is to perform data recovery.
Another situation about micro SD card I/O device error is that you may be able to access the card, but you cannot copy any data from the card. In this situation, you should check if there is any problem with the USB cable or card reader. If the micro SD card is not connected with the computer properly, you may also receive the I/O error message. So it is also necessary to check if the USB port on your computer works normally. If there is no problem with the USB cable or card reader and USB port, you should also make sure whether the micro SD card is corrupted. Besides, virus can corrupt the files inside the micro SD card. You may get I/O error message when the micro SD card contains corrupted files.
If you receive I/O device error message when you are trying to copy a folder which contains lots of files, you can try to open the folder and copy each file one by one. Sometimes, you may copy most files successfully with this method, because I/O error may occur only when you copy the file which is corrupted.
With the iCare data recovery software, you can also undo format micro SD card to get back lost files.
1. Use the micro SD card properly to avoid unexpected corruption. For example, you should always insert your card to electronic device or computer properly. When you want to remove the micro SD card, you should remove it safely.
2. You should always use your micro SD card in a safe environment. For example, you had better avoid connecting your micro SD card to a public computer which may contains virus.
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