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Hy guys!

Im coming for your help.

I bought a new SD Card 32 Gb Class 6 Kingston. I put it in my Droid X, and i cant pass any file, then ill perform a full restore, making a data and cache wipe, and also ill format the Micro SD, Now i can transfer the files to the Micro SD but when ill disconnect my Droid X from my laptop a lot of files are missing and dissapear.

What thats means? And what can i do?

Thanks for your help in advance.
 

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As far as SD Cards go I tend to stick with Sandisk cards. They have the most compatibility with a wide variety of devices. I have a 32gb Class 4 Sandisk card in my DX and it works great. There are a couple things I would try.

1.) Format the card with a program called SD Formatter (google it to find the download) I have had issues formatting SD cards with Windows (not sure what you used before) and this app worked.
2.) If this doesn't work try a different card to see if the DX will recognize it.

Have you tried this card in something else to see if it may be a defective card?
 

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Not sure about this, but I am thinking of getting an sd card 32gb myself. They are still a bit expensive though. Especially for a good one.

You might actually have to format the SD card as FAT32. Windows is probably formatting it as NTFS. The stock card is FAT32. You might could possibly use a lnux filesystem, of course it wouldn't be readable under windows without special software.. And since some linux systems might not support read/write for NTFS, thats why theyre fat32. Just my two cents.
 
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