Most androids ask you if you want to share the card as a drive when you plug the droid into the PC.
I'd do that so I can copy out the files and then start over.
However, why did you risk losing your files like this? No backup?
So, I have a 32gb micro-sd card, with an adapter to use on my laptop.
I've been using it for roughly 3 or 4 months, and it has all of my music and school work on it. Just today, my laptop stopped reading the card. It will read other sd cards/micro-sd cards, with the same adapter, so something is wrong with the card itself.
Windows says that the file system on there is not recognisable, and to format it. Which I'm okay with doing, but i want to recover the data on there first.
If i put the SD card in my phone, which is a simple Android-based phone, I can read the music and files on there just fine, which leads me to think that its a problem with the reader on my computer.
My computer is an HP Pavilion dv7-6169nr.
My operating system is Windows 7 home premium.
The adapter I'm using is a Kingston Micro-SD adapter, and my SD-Card is a SanDisk 32gb Micro sdhc.
Thanks in advance!