I tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning

i tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning wizard.I dint get d cause for it.Some one please help me out to recover it
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  1. Why would you partition a micro sd card ? I never heard of such a thing. You may have done this before but this is new to me.
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  2. To increase the internal memory of my android phone,its d only way to do it..so..
    Reply to ConfusedBRAIN
  3. lol, it was exactly as I did, and I got the same problem. How did you manage to fix it?
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  4. you don't need to partition an SD card to increase the memory of your phone. just stick the damn thing in the phone and use it.
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  5. curveball323 said:
    you don't need to partition an SD card to increase the memory of your phone. just stick the damn thing in the phone and use it.


    Lol...u r not aware of this method i guess. U can partition a micro sd card to have internal mem that will be used by phone as internal storage n rest works same as a baisc mem in sd card.
    Reply to ConfusedBRAIN
  6. ConfusedBRAIN said:
    curveball323 said:
    you don't need to partition an SD card to increase the memory of your phone. just stick the damn thing in the phone and use it.


    Lol...u r not aware of this method i guess. U can partition a micro sd card to have internal mem that will be used by phone as internal storage n rest works same as a baisc mem in sd card.


    just buy a Galaxy S2 or S3 or S4 and you don't have to worry about it. you would only need to worry about it if you have a shitty phone
    Reply to curveball323
  7. curveball323 said:
    ConfusedBRAIN said:
    curveball323 said:
    you don't need to partition an SD card to increase the memory of your phone. just stick the damn thing in the phone and use it.


    Lol...u r not aware of this method i guess. U can partition a micro sd card to have internal mem that will be used by phone as internal storage n rest works same as a baisc mem in sd card.


    just buy a Galaxy S2 or S3 or S4 and you don't have to worry about it. you would only need to worry about it if you have a shitty phone


    The Galaxy S3 and S4 are some of the most popular smartphones of the planet and STILL they have LOW INTERNAL STORAGE PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It's impossible to move the apps to the SD in both these devices!! You sounded so arrogant and stupid, you know? But now you are just stupid because you don't even know that!!!!!
    Only fools like you would think there's nothing to worry about when buying one of these smartphones, but IT'S THE OTHER WAY AROUND!! Thanks to Samsung bloatware it's kind of tricky for most users to get the most out such powerfull devices, because its performance is affected by all Samsung apps... etc, etc. There's plenty of reading one Galaxy S3 and S4 owner needs to do before really get these phones to its maximum permormance... lots of unconvinience to noobs and fooled users, starting from the LOW internal storage (8/16GB) and the INABILITY to move the heavy apps to the SD, and ending finding out there are several other smartphones as capable as, better looking than and less expensive than the S3 and S4! What a shitty phone!

    I've used both. I know what you don't, for sure. Next time try to help insted of being an arrogant and stupid moron!

    - L.

    If you still have some doubts you smartass:

    http://blog.gsmarena.com/samsung-promises-to-address-available-internal-memory-on-galaxy-s4/
    Reply to eisley
  8. sumankaup said:
    i tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning wizard.I dint get d cause for it.Some one please help me out to recover it



    Hey, your help request is several months old. Did you manage to fix your SD? What happened?

    The solution was right there in the MiniTool side menu: "FREE DATA RECOVERY WIZARD". I hope you find it.
    In case you didn't:

    http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/free-file-recovery-software/how-to-recover-lost-deleted-partition.html

    Download that program and Run LOST PARTITION RECOVERY. Select the SD and Run the quick scan. Then check out MiniTool, the "Bad Disk" status will change to "Unallocated". (Good news, ha).
    Then, you might want to wait till the Lost Partition Recovery ends scanning your SD. It can take up to 45 minutes for a 32GB and depending of how much data it founds.
    Once the recovery has ended in Minitool the SD is no longer with "Bad Disk" status. Now you can Create the partition you want, the SD is back to life ^-^ If you wanted your data to be restored, the free version only allows 1Gb to be recovered. Anyway, it worked to fix the SD. To recover deleted data you can use RESTORATION, a 420Kb packed "zip" worth million$ in utility! Find it and have it ready in all your portable drives!

    No matter if you did find the solution back then I'd like to know how you did it.
    I hope it helps some others any time.

    - L.
    Reply to eisley
  9. eisley said:
    curveball323 said:
    ConfusedBRAIN said:
    curveball323 said:
    you don't need to partition an SD card to increase the memory of your phone. just stick the damn thing in the phone and use it.


    Lol...u r not aware of this method i guess. U can partition a micro sd card to have internal mem that will be used by phone as internal storage n rest works same as a baisc mem in sd card.


    just buy a Galaxy S2 or S3 or S4 and you don't have to worry about it. you would only need to worry about it if you have a shitty phone


    The Galaxy S3 and S4 are some of the most popular smartphones of the planet and STILL they have LOW INTERNAL STORAGE PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It's impossible to move the apps to the SD in both these devices!! You sounded so arrogant and stupid, you know? But now you are just stupid because you don't even know that!!!!!
    Only fools like you would think there's nothing to worry about when buying one of these smartphones, but IT'S THE OTHER WAY AROUND!! Thanks to Samsung bloatware it's kind of tricky for most users to get the most out such powerfull devices, because its performance is affected by all Samsung apps... etc, etc. There's plenty of reading one Galaxy S3 and S4 owner needs to do before really get these phones to its maximum permormance... lots of unconvinience to noobs and fooled users, starting from the LOW internal storage (8/16GB) and the INABILITY to move the heavy apps to the SD, and ending finding out there are several other smartphones as capable as, better looking than and less expensive than the S3 and S4! What a shitty phone!

    I've used both. I know what you don't, for sure. Next time try to help insted of being an arrogant and stupid moron!

    - L.

    If you still have some doubts you smartass:

    http://blog.gsmarena.com/samsung-promises-to-address-available-internal-memory-on-galaxy-s4/


    Hahahahahahahahah your definitly a girl. i can tell by the way you talk. actually they have quite a bit of internal space and yes it is very very simple to move apps to your SD card obviously you don't own a S3 or S4. also if you unlock superuser permissions you can freeze and or get rid of all the bloatware so your theory doesn't stand.
    Reply to curveball323
  10. curveball323 said:
    eisley said:
    curveball323 said:
    ConfusedBRAIN said:
    curveball323 said:
    you don't need to partition an SD card to increase the memory of your phone. just stick the damn thing in the phone and use it.


    Lol...u r not aware of this method i guess. U can partition a micro sd card to have internal mem that will be used by phone as internal storage n rest works same as a baisc mem in sd card.


    just buy a Galaxy S2 or S3 or S4 and you don't have to worry about it. you would only need to worry about it if you have a shitty phone


    The Galaxy S3 and S4 are some of the most popular smartphones of the planet and STILL they have LOW INTERNAL STORAGE PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It's impossible to move the apps to the SD in both these devices!! You sounded so arrogant and stupid, you know? But now you are just stupid because you don't even know that!!!!!
    Only fools like you would think there's nothing to worry about when buying one of these smartphones, but IT'S THE OTHER WAY AROUND!! Thanks to Samsung bloatware it's kind of tricky for most users to get the most out such powerfull devices, because its performance is affected by all Samsung apps... etc, etc. There's plenty of reading one Galaxy S3 and S4 owner needs to do before really get these phones to its maximum permormance... lots of unconvinience to noobs and fooled users, starting from the LOW internal storage (8/16GB) and the INABILITY to move the heavy apps to the SD, and ending finding out there are several other smartphones as capable as, better looking than and less expensive than the S3 and S4! What a shitty phone!

    I've used both. I know what you don't, for sure. Next time try to help insted of being an arrogant and stupid moron!

    - L.

    If you still have some doubts you smartass:

    http://blog.gsmarena.com/samsung-promises-to-address-available-internal-memory-on-galaxy-s4/


    Hahahahahahahahah your definitly a girl. i can tell by the way you talk. actually they have quite a bit of internal space and yes it is very very simple to move apps to your SD card obviously you don't own a S3 or S4. also if you unlock superuser permissions you can freeze and or get rid of all the bloatware so your theory doesn't stand.


    ________________

    What is my theory for you? Seems like you can't read. Let's see if it's true.
    And, I'm a male.

    - L.
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  11. Quote:

    What is my theory for you? Seems like you can't read. Let's see if it's true.
    And, I'm a male.

    - L.



    hahahahahaha thanks for confirming we just weren't sure
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  12. curveball323 said:
    Quote:

    What is my theory for you? Seems like you can't read. Let's see if it's true.
    And, I'm a male.

    - L.



    hahahahahaha thanks for confirming we just weren't sure



    "Enough with the sausage fest. You guy's are both useless...Neither helped me with this situation. e_e" Is what that poor child is thinking.
    You're welcome.
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  13. eisley said:
    sumankaup said:
    i tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning wizard.I dint get d cause for it.Some one please help me out to recover it



    Hey, your help request is several months old. Did you manage to fix your SD? What happened?

    The solution was right there in the MiniTool side menu: "FREE DATA RECOVERY WIZARD". I hope you find it.
    In case you didn't:

    http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/free-file-recovery-software/how-to-recover-lost-deleted-partition.html

    Download that program and Run LOST PARTITION RECOVERY. Select the SD and Run the quick scan. Then check out MiniTool, the "Bad Disk" status will change to "Unallocated". (Good news, ha).
    Then, you might want to wait till the Lost Partition Recovery ends scanning your SD. It can take up to 45 minutes for a 32GB and depending of how much data it founds.
    Once the recovery has ended in Minitool the SD is no longer with "Bad Disk" status. Now you can Create the partition you want, the SD is back to life ^-^ If you wanted your data to be restored, the free version only allows 1Gb to be recovered. Anyway, it worked to fix the SD. To recover deleted data you can use RESTORATION, a 420Kb packed "zip" worth million$ in utility! Find it and have it ready in all your portable drives!

    No matter if you did find the solution back then I'd like to know how you did it.
    I hope it helps some others any time.

    - L.



    this worked
    THANK YOU !!!! HELL YES!
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  14. eisley said:
    sumankaup said:
    i tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning wizard.I dint get d cause for it.Some one please help me out to recover it



    Hey, your help request is several months old. Did you manage to fix your SD? What happened?

    The solution was right there in the MiniTool side menu: "FREE DATA RECOVERY WIZARD". I hope you find it.
    In case you didn't:

    http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/free-file-recovery-software/how-to-recover-lost-deleted-partition.html

    Download that program and Run LOST PARTITION RECOVERY. Select the SD and Run the quick scan. Then check out MiniTool, the "Bad Disk" status will change to "Unallocated". (Good news, ha).
    Then, you might want to wait till the Lost Partition Recovery ends scanning your SD. It can take up to 45 minutes for a 32GB and depending of how much data it founds.
    Once the recovery has ended in Minitool the SD is no longer with "Bad Disk" status. Now you can Create the partition you want, the SD is back to life ^-^ If you wanted your data to be restored, the free version only allows 1Gb to be recovered. Anyway, it worked to fix the SD. To recover deleted data you can use RESTORATION, a 420Kb packed "zip" worth million$ in utility! Find it and have it ready in all your portable drives!

    No matter if you did find the solution back then I'd like to know how you did it.
    I hope it helps some others any time.

    - L.
    Reply to Rowel Manog
  15. hey eisley..thanks for this...i've lost all my hopes until i stumbled upon ur answer...praying that it'll work for me...lol
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  16. eisley said:
    sumankaup said:
    i tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning wizard.I dint get d cause for it.Some one please help me out to recover it



    Hey, your help request is several months old. Did you manage to fix your SD? What happened?

    The solution was right there in the MiniTool side menu: "FREE DATA RECOVERY WIZARD". I hope you find it.
    In case you didn't:

    http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/free-file-recovery-software/how-to-recover-lost-deleted-partition.html

    Download that program and Run LOST PARTITION RECOVERY. Select the SD and Run the quick scan. Then check out MiniTool, the "Bad Disk" status will change to "Unallocated". (Good news, ha).
    Then, you might want to wait till the Lost Partition Recovery ends scanning your SD. It can take up to 45 minutes for a 32GB and depending of how much data it founds.
    Once the recovery has ended in Minitool the SD is no longer with "Bad Disk" status. Now you can Create the partition you want, the SD is back to life ^-^ If you wanted your data to be restored, the free version only allows 1Gb to be recovered. Anyway, it worked to fix the SD. To recover deleted data you can use RESTORATION, a 420Kb packed "zip" worth million$ in utility! Find it and have it ready in all your portable drives!

    No matter if you did find the solution back then I'd like to know how you did it.
    I hope it helps some others any time.

    - L.


    thanks man for the solution. glad that not everyone is a douche and only care to mess with other's misery
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  17. eisley said:
    sumankaup said:
    i tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning wizard.I dint get d cause for it.Some one please help me out to recover it



    Hey, your help request is several months old. Did you manage to fix your SD? What happened?

    The solution was right there in the MiniTool side menu: "FREE DATA RECOVERY WIZARD". I hope you find it.
    In case you didn't:

    http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/free-file-recovery-software/how-to-recover-lost-deleted-partition.html

    Download that program and Run LOST PARTITION RECOVERY. Select the SD and Run the quick scan. Then check out MiniTool, the "Bad Disk" status will change to "Unallocated". (Good news, ha).
    Then, you might want to wait till the Lost Partition Recovery ends scanning your SD. It can take up to 45 minutes for a 32GB and depending of how much data it founds.
    Once the recovery has ended in Minitool the SD is no longer with "Bad Disk" status. Now you can Create the partition you want, the SD is back to life ^-^ If you wanted your data to be restored, the free version only allows 1Gb to be recovered. Anyway, it worked to fix the SD. To recover deleted data you can use RESTORATION, a 420Kb packed "zip" worth million$ in utility! Find it and have it ready in all your portable drives!

    No matter if you did find the solution back then I'd like to know how you did it.
    I hope it helps some others any time.

    - L.


    I am in the process of having my SD 64mb card scanned using the program you provided. This is a brand new SD card with no data on it that I too was trying to partition for use in a smartphone. I too had gotten the "bad disk" message.
    My question: This scan has been running at least 10 hrs and is right now at 47%. Does it truly take this long?
    I then plan on trying again to partition.
    Your kind support and assistance in this matter is truly appreciated.
    Reply to Qpnsrme
  18. curveball323 said:
    eisley said:
    curveball323 said:
    ConfusedBRAIN said:
    curveball323 said:
    you don't need to partition an SD card to increase the memory of your phone. just stick the damn thing in the phone and use it.


    Lol...u r not aware of this method i guess. U can partition a micro sd card to have internal mem that will be used by phone as internal storage n rest works same as a baisc mem in sd card.


    just buy a Galaxy S2 or S3 or S4 and you don't have to worry about it. you would only need to worry about it if you have a shitty phone


    The Galaxy S3 and S4 are some of the most popular smartphones of the planet and STILL they have LOW INTERNAL STORAGE PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It's impossible to move the apps to the SD in both these devices!! You sounded so arrogant and stupid, you know? But now you are just stupid because you don't even know that!!!!!
    Only fools like you would think there's nothing to worry about when buying one of these smartphones, but IT'S THE OTHER WAY AROUND!! Thanks to Samsung bloatware it's kind of tricky for most users to get the most out such powerfull devices, because its performance is affected by all Samsung apps... etc, etc. There's plenty of reading one Galaxy S3 and S4 owner needs to do before really get these phones to its maximum permormance... lots of unconvinience to noobs and fooled users, starting from the LOW internal storage (8/16GB) and the INABILITY to move the heavy apps to the SD, and ending finding out there are several other smartphones as capable as, better looking than and less expensive than the S3 and S4! What a shitty phone!

    I've used both. I know what you don't, for sure. Next time try to help insted of being an arrogant and stupid moron!

    - L.

    If you still have some doubts you smartass:

    http://blog.gsmarena.com/samsung-promises-to-address-available-internal-memory-on-galaxy-s4/


    Hahahahahahahahah your definitly a girl. i can tell by the way you talk. actually they have quite a bit of internal space and yes it is very very simple to move apps to your SD card obviously you don't own a S3 or S4. also if you unlock superuser permissions you can freeze and or get rid of all the bloatware so your theory doesn't stand.


    well we can all tell *you're a boy because only a boy would come in to this comment section just to tell someone completely useless information. only boys are that dumb and shameless. completely idiotic, but so confident about it! i just came here to find out how to fix my sd card so i can actually USE my temp phone while my Nexus 5 is being fixed. sorry i wasted YOUR time by not being able to afford a Galaxy!!
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  19. eisley said:
    sumankaup said:
    i tried partitioning my new micro sd,it shows bad disk in mini tool partitioning wizard.I dint get d cause for it.Some one please help me out to recover it



    Hey, your help request is several months old. Did you manage to fix your SD? What happened?

    The solution was right there in the MiniTool side menu: "FREE DATA RECOVERY WIZARD". I hope you find it.
    In case you didn't:

    http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/free-file-recovery-software/how-to-recover-lost-deleted-partition.html

    Download that program and Run LOST PARTITION RECOVERY. Select the SD and Run the quick scan. Then check out MiniTool, the "Bad Disk" status will change to "Unallocated". (Good news, ha).
    Then, you might want to wait till the Lost Partition Recovery ends scanning your SD. It can take up to 45 minutes for a 32GB and depending of how much data it founds.
    Once the recovery has ended in Minitool the SD is no longer with "Bad Disk" status. Now you can Create the partition you want, the SD is back to life ^-^ If you wanted your data to be restored, the free version only allows 1Gb to be recovered. Anyway, it worked to fix the SD. To recover deleted data you can use RESTORATION, a 420Kb packed "zip" worth million$ in utility! Find it and have it ready in all your portable drives!

    No matter if you did find the solution back then I'd like to know how you did it.
    I hope it helps some others any time.

    - L.


    Eisley could you helpme?
    I have a situation similar to this i partitioned my 16 gb sd card on 14 and 2 gb partitions with MinitoolPartition. but the sencond part 2gb is not working neither my phone or Minitool would display this partition, only shows the 14 gb it doesn't apear even unallocated, it is just lost, i tried your method but this is not the same case and it didn`t work but maybe you have an idea of what should i do please?
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  20. curveball323 said:

    just buy a Galaxy S2 or S3 or S4 and you don't have to worry about it. you would only need to worry about it if you have a shitty phone


    Shittiest reply.
    The S1, S2, S3 and S4 has been the most shittiest phones that one could have purchased with that amount of money. I know because I had used all of these until the S4 and truly speaking these are the only ones that had caused my SD card to get corrupted and made my life hell until I stopped investing in Samsung ever again and I am so glad that I did.


    Anyways, There is one more way that you can hope to use the bad disk again.
    Press windows button + R type cmd
    compmgmt.msc
    double click disk management
    wait for the drives to load up
    select your sd card drive,
    right click and select the create new volume option, after that just follow the wizard instructions and wait for it to complete.
    that could either take a lot of time and yet fail or you can succeed. No guarantees.

    For me, I checked the card with HD Tune, which showed too many bad sectors for any kind of recovery, that too on a samsung s4, non-rooted, never even opened and removed the sd card. The phone became shit, that's when I realized the card was damaged. but damage of that kind, Hats off to Samsung. Only good thing was I kept backup from time to time, so loss was little compared to the damage that Samsung does. so much for a flagship phone.
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