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Does snow lepord really not read SDXC?


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So my laptop (2010 13.3" MBP) will read 32gb cars but not 64? Would upgrading to mavics help this or is it a hardware issue?

Here is what it says
Vendor ID: 0x05ac
Product ID: 0x8403
Revision: 1.00
Serial Number: 000000009833

SDXC Card:

Capacity: 63.86 GB (63,864,569,856 bytes)
Removable Media: Yes
BSD Name: disk1
Partition Map Type: MBR (Master Boot Record)
S.M.A.R.T. status: Not Supported
Volumes:
Capacity: 63.86 GB (63,863,521,280 bytes)
Writable: Yes
BSD Name: disk1s1
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I have tried both a Dynex USB adapter and the SD card adapter in the reader
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Only from what you posted above, appears it is reading the card just fine.

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Only from what you posted above, appears it is reading the card just fine.
? An error pops up and says "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer" or something 32gd sandisk works fine, 64gig doesn't
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? An error pops up and says "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer" or something 32gd sandisk works fine, 64gig doesn't
Maybe the 64gig card is bad.

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Could be bad ...

Your first post above - am assuming that's from Disk Utility?
Have you tried reformatting the disk?

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Could be bad ...

Your first post above - am assuming that's from Disk Utility?
Have you tried reformatting the disk?
Through the mac? I formatted it on my friends S4, same message.
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Mac formatting Mac OS Extended (Journaled) is GUID and not Microsoft's Master Boot Record.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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