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
bizarro @HP and @Lenovo Intel i5 notebook 4GB DDR3L SODIMM memory problem
got some wierd crucial memory that crashes a HP EliteBook and a Lenovo ThinkPad notebooks
crashes on boot ! and fails memory test ! with the msg “Pa_sed” which i assume means FAILED ! bizarely works fine when “mixed” with a 2GB non crucial ram in a Thinkpad X220 and X410
so the mystery is what is the difference between crucial part no 171994 and no 313550 ?
every other param is IDENTICAL
- 4GB DDE3L-1600 SODIMM 1.35V CL11 (171994 – B.M16FKD)
- 4GB DDE3L-1600 SODIMM 1.35V CL11 (313550 – BJ.M8FP)
DDR2 and DDR3 memory for desktops and notebooks is now available in 3 types (@amd, @intel and dualmode)
- Intel DDR2/3 are 10bit with 8K blocks (DO NOT WORK WITH AMD HW)
- AMD DDR2/3 are 11bit with 16K blocks (DO NOT WORK WITH INTEL HW)
- Dual Mode should work with both AMD HW and Intel HW
lost a few hours yesterday to some hp & lenovo and amd & intel memory bus nightmares started when i tried swapping DDR3 / PC3 / PC3L ram between an HP and two LENOVO notebooks
- HP 255 G2 with AMD A4 memory bus FIXED at 1600Mhz
- Lenovo T410 with Core i5 memory bus ONLY works at 1333Mhz
- Lenovo Z50 with AMD FX7500 memory bus FIXED at 800Mhz
Basically the T41o refused to work with any of the other memory whereas i thought DDR3 ram was downwards compatible.
Actually just looking at my photos maybe PC3L is not downwards compatible with PC3 ?
now is not a good time to buy a #DDR2 #notebook if you want to put 8G of RAM in it
so just add £100 to your DDR2 notebook budget and buy a DDR3 notebook instead
before spending a lot of money to upgrade your notebooks ram check the price difference between DDR2 and DDR3 since if you need a lot of ram it might be cheaper to replace your DDR2 notebook with a new DDR3 notebook !
for example on 13 may 13 the prices were
ie DDR2 is TWICE as expensive as DDR3