Discussion in 'Asus' started by HdNote8, Oct 2, 2015.
Yes, so it's prone to fakes.
Search "fake sandisk microsd".
ah okay, i see what youre saying
A 128gb sandisk ultra could easily cost almost like a 64gb extreme.
if thats a reliable tool you may be on to something ...
Have a read:
This explains how the program works and why you are seeing what you are seeing.
TL;DR: it basically writes random data into all the supposed memory cells and checks if they are real. Fake drives start overwriting data and give bad results.
The media is likely to be defective.
7.7 GByte OK (16282840 sectors)
47.1 GByte DATA LOST (98820904 sectors)
Details:0 KByte overwritten (0 sectors)
0 KByte slightly changed (< 8 bit/sector, 0 sectors)
47.1 GByte corrupted (98820904 sectors)
0 KByte aliased memory (0 sectors)
First error at offset: 0x00000001e519b000
H2testw version 1.3
Yup, that looks like a 8GB card faking a 128GB card to me.
thanks for your help on this !
128gb duly returned, i can confirm the few-pence-less 64gb sandisk works good (but you already knew that) and looks healthy
Warning: Only 60901 of 60902 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 2.22 MByte/s
Reading speed: 6.78 MByte/s
still havent given up on 128 however, will report back in due course
Oooh, they exist, just don't expect them to be cheap. I think there exist 200 GB cards as well.
Balbutio ergo sum
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