SD cards FAT16, FAT32 & exFAT

SanDisk SD cards come prefomatted as FAT16, FAT32 & exFAT according to size

  • 2GB FAT16
  • 4GB to 32GB FAT32
  • 64GB or higher exFAT

If you have a SanDisk Wireless Flash Drive or SanDisk Wireless Stick

  • 16GB & 32GB SD cards must be formatted as FAT32
  • 64GB and higher capacity drives are compatible and can be formatted as exFAT

If you are still having problems try reformatting them with EaseUs Partition Manager

or windows disk manager

if none of the above work you can get a replacement SanDisk Wireless Flash Drive or  SanDisk Wireless Stick from SanDisk


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windows desktop ! dev with gcc

although we are normally focused on server dev i though it might be worth posting this since native desktop C++ development seems to be making a bit of a comeback as a side effect of growth of ardunio, arm & IOT