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08-05-2011 02:43 PM
By the way this 16gb patriot card is giving the same errors and I havent used it much. LOL
Warning since RIM supplies sandisk cards with phones that would be my choice.
So time for me to buy a new one because every power up I get the fatal error message.
Formatted it once but its toast! Patriot is cheaper but this is the second dud.
10-08-2011 01:11 PM
Hello all, Few days back, I was listening some songs on my Bold 9780 and suddenly an error popped up saying media card cannot be accessed due to fatal error. I tried doing almost everything except for breaking my bb or the memory card. Then I though it might be a software problem so I updated my software frm OS6 bundle 906 to OS6 bundle 2467, but its still nt working. I tried battery pull, taking out n reinserting, repair or format buh it doesnt allow me to, connect it to my laptop buh it doesnt show thr too, and what not. Plz tell me wht should I do with it. I have data in my card which I dont want to lose buh if formatting is neccessary thn have no other option. Please hit back with a working solution .
10-09-2011 01:54 AM
10-21-2011 02:38 PM
I find if I transfer without the desktop software and let the phone pick it up works fine.
I had that problem with the cheapy cards but never my sandisk memory card.
10-21-2011 02:47 PM
I agree but if that doesnt work pull the battery then remove both sim card and mem card.
Then reinsert the sim and mem card then the battery.
Only had that problem with my cheapy cards. The sandisk arent troublesome
for me. Hope this helps.
10-25-2011 08:27 AM
11-25-2011 02:25 AM
Problem + Solution!!
I had my Torch 9800 connected to my computer to upload some music to my microSD card (Lexar, 16 gb). I also let my phone charge for a bit (the battery was almost dead). I disconnected it properly, but when I went to use my phone, I got the message: "Media Card Cannot be Accessed Due To Fatal Errors."
Google to the rescue!! I tried turning it off and on, removing and reinserting the card, and I also took out the battery to reboot the phone that way. Whenever I connected my phone to my computer, I was able to access the files on the card through the computer, but they didn't show up on the phone (i.e. it said I had 0 albums, etc.). The I tried something from this site: http://www.blackberryforums.com/general-8300-serie
I went to "My Computer", right-clicked on the drive that corresponded to my card, clicked on "Properties", and then "Tools". Under "Error-checking", I clicked "check now", and also checked "Automatically fix file system errors." And when I disconnected my phone from the computer, all the files re-appeared. I had over 600 songs, so I don't know for sure if all of them are still on there, but I'm happy .
I hope this is of help to some of you.