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|26th December 2014, 13:35||#1|
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How do You Recover Data from a microSD Card that Cannot be Read?
We have all been there and had a storage device of some kind experience a failure, leaving our precious data at risk. But what do you do when the device in question is a microSD card? Todayís SuperUser Q&A post comes to the rescue for a reader in need.
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