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k1ngkong 11-29-2004 19:43

128 MB & 64 MB MMCs destroyed after writing eeprom

Lately, my SL45i (upgraded from SL45 using Chinese version 55 firmware) switched itself off automatically. I found RizaPN's advice here in the forum to write his eeProm. The auto-off problem upon receiving/sending calls and SMS has been rectified, but a problem of graver magnitude has emerged: when I copied phone numbers from SMS received, or keyed in phone numbers into phonebook on the MMC, the phone hanged, and the MMC has been destroyed! A 128 MB and 64 MB cannot be formatted or accessed using the phone! Using a card reader connected to the USB port of my notebook to format or access the card too has failed--the hour glass keeps appearing forever, and restarting my notebook cannot be restarted by control-alt-del, but must be reset!

1> Anyway I can get back data on the MMCs?

2> What is the cause of the above?

3> How to recetify this?

I gave up using NOKIA 3650 and returned to the beloved SL45i, but this is truely sad for me losing valuable phone numbers and notes written using MicroReader stored on the MMCs. Any advice will be greatly appreciated!

Hon [email protected]

trustkill 11-29-2004 21:17

I never heard about destroyed MMC by using a patch or eeprom...
I "crashed" my mobile several times but the MMC was never damaged.

sadengr 11-30-2004 12:36

I used to have my sl45 mmc corrupted cause off an abnormal shutdown of my digital camera (I used it as a mass storage for photos)

The problem was that the partition was corrupted

I used '7tools partition manager ' with a 6 in 1 card reader and I delete it and create a new partition

Before this I used one of these recovering tools :
I think they can recover NOT ONLY jpg files. Nothing to loose to try it.

Photo Recovery for Digital Media

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