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paalb

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Update: You can use a free trial of Path Finder to do the test instead of rsync. If you use Finder to test, there are a lot of beach balls. If you use Path Finder, you can use Finder to observe what happens in the receiving directory. Rsync is better since we get a log report, but I realise many people are uncomfortable using terminal. I will update this post with instructions when I get the time. Path Finder Site

If you wonder what this is all about, see here: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/14-and-16-m1-pro-sd-card-slot-problems.2320399/ or watch my video under Test heading here.

I want to build up a database of SD-Cards that pro and hobby photographers can rely on. This will also give us info that we can use to document if this problem is random or not.

This is not a speed test! I only want to know if the card works or is troublesome, but since rsync will report speed I will note the result.

So at the start I want to limit this test to SD-Cards formatted by a camera and filled with test pictures. It is important that you take a backup of your work photos before testing and use test photos to do the test. Some people have reported loss when they copied their photos. The reason for the limit is that this is what I have tested myself and seen how works. I urge others to make tests for other use cases and make their own test report.

I have tested one of my cards approximately 30 times with no problems. Although if you follow the test procedure as described, there is no reason to believe you will run into trouble, there is no guaranty. I take no responsibility for problems you might run into.

If you have several of the same card, please test more than one.

Please ignore people who want to discuss if it was smart adding a SD-Card reader.


SD-CardSizeDid not copy allSlow Start, Errors, all files copiedOKSpeedOK in external reader or other mac
SanDisk Extreme Pro 95MB/s UHS-I U3 V30 SDHC Class 1032GBx
5.28M bytes/sec
Yes
SanDisk Ultra 80MB/s UHS-I SDHC Class 1016GBx
55.52M bytes/sec
Yes
SanDisk Ultra UHS-I microSDHC Class 1016GBx60.95M bytes/secYes
Sorry did not find out how to extend the table.
SD-CardSizeDid not copy allSlow Start, Errors, all files copiedOKSpeedOK in external reader or other mac
SanDisk Extreme HD Video 30MB/s UHS-I SDHC Class 108GBx
38.00M bytes/sec
Yes


The test​

Intro​

Look at this intro video I made from my desktop. It is real-time. Nothing is happening between 00:25 and 01:42. Feel free to skip ahead.


In Camera​

Format your card. Try filling up your card with 30 photos or more. In my tests, it does not matter how many files there are, or how big they are. Please tell me if I am wrong.

In Finder​

Make a folder to receive the copied files name it "SD-Card-Test"

In Terminal​

Start Terminal app from /Applications>Utilities.

Copy this text into a new terminal window

/usr/bin/rsync -avE -h --exclude=".*" --stats --verbose

!!! IMPORTANTANT After copying hit space once (or twice does not matter how many)

In Finder and Terminal​

Push in your card and drag the card to the terminal like I showed in the video. Do not try to look at the files in Finder.
Drag the "SD-Card-Test" folder to the terminal.
Hit Return (Or Enter).

If all is well, the files should come in an even stream. No pause like in my video should occur. Make a note of what happened.

rsync will try again automatically so you might get all your files although the card is misbehaving.

Do not run this test twice without ejecting the card between runs. Because of cache the second test might go well even if the first gets an error.

Your report​


Post a reply to this thread with your results and additional info. Copy the lines below and use as headings.

[ ]- Did the photos copy in an even stream?
[ ]- When the terminal test finishes copy all the lines into your report.
[ ]- From Apple menu (Apple in the menu up to the left) choose About this mac. In Overview click System Report. You see Hardware at the top. Go down to Card Reader. Copy ALL the text into your report. Close the System report if you are testing more than one card.
[ ]- Take a photo of the card front, upload it.
[ ]- Take a photo of the card back, upload it
[ ]- If you got another older mac or external reader, do you get the same problem?
 
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paalb

macrumors regular
Original poster
Dec 17, 2019
230
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[ ]- Did the photos copy in an even stream?

No, there was a 1 minute+ pause before I got an error.

[ ]- When the terminal test finishes copy all the lines into your report.

Last login: Thu Dec 16 15:13:11 on ttys000
pb@M1Max ~ % /usr/bin/rsync -avE -h --exclude=".*" --stats --verbose /Volumes/NO\ NAME /Users/pb/test/SD-Card-Test
building file list ...
[sender] hiding directory NO NAME/.fseventsd because of pattern .*
done
delta-transmission disabled for local transfer or --whole-file
NO NAME/
._NO NAME
NO NAME/ALBM/
NO NAME/ALBM/ALB67ZZ1.BIN
NO NAME/DCIM/
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010001.ORF
rsync: read errors mapping "/Volumes/NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010001.ORF": Operation timed out (60)
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010002.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010003.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010004.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010005.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010006.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010007.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010008.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010009.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010010.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010011.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010012.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010013.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010014.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010015.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010016.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010017.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010018.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010019.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010020.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010021.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010022.ORF
WARNING: NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010001.ORF failed verification -- update discarded (will try again).
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010001.ORF
total: matches=0 hash_hits=0 false_alarms=0 data=446047088

Number of files: 28
Number of files transferred: 25
Total file size: 426.47M bytes
Total transferred file size: 446.05M bytes
Literal data: 446.05M bytes
Matched data: 0 bytes
File list size: 473
File list generation time: 0.006 seconds
File list transfer time: 0.000 seconds
Total bytes sent: 446.10M
Total bytes received: 594

sent 446.10M bytes received 594 bytes 5.28M bytes/sec
total size is 426.47M speedup is 0.96
rsync error: some files could not be transferred (code 23) at /System/Volumes/Data/SWE/macOS/BuildRoots/5b2e67f8af/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/rsync/rsync-55/rsync/main.c(996) [sender=2.6.9]
pb@M1Max ~ %

[ ]- From Apple menu (Apple in the menu up to the left) choose About this mac. In Overview click System Report. You see Hardware at the top. Go down to Card Reader. Copy ALL the text into your report.

Built in SD Card Reader:

Vendor ID: 0x17a0
Device ID: 0x9755
Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x17a0
Subsystem ID: 0x9755
Revision: 0x0001
Link Width: x1
Link Speed: 2.5 GT/s

SDHC Card (Class 10):

Product Name: SDSP32G
Manufacturer ID: 0x03
Revision: 8,0
Serial Number: 2277460708
Manufacturing Date: 2021-01
Specification Version: 3,0
Capacity: 31,91 GB (31 914 983 424 bytes)
Removable Media: Yes
BSD Name: disk4
Partition Map Type: MBR (Master Boot Record)
SMART status: Verified
Volumes:
NO NAME:
Free: 31,48 GB (31 475 302 400 bytes)
Capacity: 31,91 GB (31 910 789 120 bytes)
Writable: Yes
File System: MS-DOS FAT32
BSD Name: disk4s1
Mount Point: /Volumes/NO NAME
Content: Windows_FAT_32





[ ]- Take a photo of the card front, upload it.
IMG_2797.jpeg

[ ]- Take a photo of the card back, upload it
IMG_2798.jpeg

[ ]- If you got another older mac or external reader, do you get the same problem?

No. Works in 2015 MacBook Pro and Satechi external reader.
 
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KDLM

macrumors member
Dec 2, 2018
87
54
San Diego
If you wonder what this is all about, see here: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/14-and-16-m1-pro-sd-card-slot-problems.2320399/ or watch my video under Test heading here.

I want to build up a database of SD-Cards that pro and hobby photographers can rely on. This will also give us info that we can use to document if this problem is random or not.

This is not a speed test! I only want to know if the card works or is troublesome, but since rsync will report speed I will note the result.

So at the start I want to limit this test to SD-Cards formatted by a camera and filled with test pictures. It is important that you take a backup of your work photos before testing and use test photos to do the test. Some people have reported loss when they copied their photos. The reason for the limit is that this is what I have tested myself and seen how works. I urge others to make tests for other use cases and make their own test report.

I have tested one of my cards approximately 30 times with no problems. Although if you follow the test procedure as described, there is no reason to believe you will run into trouble, there is no guaranty. I take no responsibility for problems you might run into.

If you have several of the same card, please test more than one.

Please ignore people who want to discuss if it was smart adding a SD-Card reader.


SD-CardSizeDid not copy allSlow Start, Errors, all files copiedOKSpeedOK in external reader or other mac
SanDisk Extreme Pro 95MB/s UHS-I U3 V30 SDHC Class 1032 GBx
5.28M bytes/sec
Yes

The test​

Intro​

Look at this intro video I made from my desktop. It is real-time. Nothing is happening between 00:25 and 01:42. Feel free to skip ahead.

View attachment 1929410

In Camera​

Format your card. Try filling up your card with 30 photos or more. In my tests, it does not matter how many files there are, or how big they are. Please tell me if I am wrong.

In Finder​

Make a folder to receive the copied files name it "SD-Card-Test"

In Terminal​

Start Terminal app from /Applications>Utilities.

Copy this text into a new terminal window

/usr/bin/rsync -avE -h --exclude=".*" --stats --verbose

!!! IMPORTANTANT After copying hit space once (or twice does not matter how many)

In Finder and Terminal​

Push in your card and drag the card to the terminal like I showed in the video. Do not try to look at the files in Finder.
Drag the "SD-Card-Test" folder to the terminal.
Hit Return (Or Enter).

If all is well, the files should come in an even stream. No pause like in my video should occur. Make a note of what happened.

rsync will try again automatically so you might get all your files although the card is misbehaving.

Do not run this test twice without ejecting the card between runs. Because of cache the second test might go well even if the first gets an error.

Your report​


Post a reply to this thread with your results and additional info

[ ]- Did the photos copy in an even stream?
[ ]- When the terminal test finishes copy all the lines into your report.
[ ]- From Apple menu (Apple in the menu up to the left) choose About this mac. In Overview click System Report. You see Hardware at the top. Go down to Card Reader. Copy ALL the text into your report.
[ ]- Take a photo of the card front, upload it.
[ ]- Take a photo of the card back, upload it
[ ]- If you got another older mac or external reader, do you get the same problem?
I don't know if this will work. I have several 128GB SanDisk Extreme Pro cards of two types (a version from a few years ago and a version from now). Some work, some don't. Also, some of the same cards that don't work sometimes don't other times.
 

paalb

macrumors regular
Original poster
Dec 17, 2019
230
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I will give @KDLM an answer. Just want to get all my cards tested first.

[ ]- Did the photos copy in an even stream?
Yes

[ ]- When the terminal test finishes copy all the lines into your report.

pb@M1Max ~ % /usr/bin/rsync -avE -h --exclude=".*" --stats --verbose /Volumes/NO\ NAME /Users/pb/test/SD-Card-Test
building file list ...
[sender] hiding directory NO NAME/.Spotlight-V100 because of pattern .*
[sender] hiding directory NO NAME/.fseventsd because of pattern .*
done
delta-transmission disabled for local transfer or --whole-file
._NO NAME
NO NAME/ALBM/
NO NAME/ALBM/ALB67ZZ1.BIN
NO NAME/DCIM/
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180001.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180002.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180003.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180004.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180005.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180006.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180007.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180008.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180009.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180010.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180011.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180012.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180013.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180014.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180015.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180016.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180017.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180018.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180019.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180020.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180021.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180022.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180023.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180024.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180025.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180026.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180027.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/PB180028.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_B180029.ORF
total: matches=0 hash_hits=0 false_alarms=0 data=527416684

Number of files: 35
Number of files transferred: 31
Total file size: 527.42M bytes
Total transferred file size: 527.42M bytes
Literal data: 527.42M bytes
Matched data: 0 bytes
File list size: 615
File list generation time: 0.011 seconds
File list transfer time: 0.000 seconds
Total bytes sent: 527.48M
Total bytes received: 726

sent 527.48M bytes received 726 bytes 55.52M bytes/sec
total size is 527.42M speedup is 1.00


[ ]- From Apple menu (Apple in the menu up to the left) choose About this mac. In Overview click System Report. You see Hardware at the top. Go down to Card Reader. Copy ALL the text into your report.

Built in SD Card Reader:

Vendor ID: 0x17a0
Device ID: 0x9755
Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x17a0
Subsystem ID: 0x9755
Revision: 0x0001
Link Width: x1
Link Speed: 2.5 GT/s

SDHC Card (Class 10):

Product Name: SDSL16G
Manufacturer ID: 0x03
Revision: 8,0
Serial Number: 915498441
Manufacturing Date: 2015-09
Specification Version: 3,0
Capacity: 15,93 GB (15 931 539 456 bytes)
Removable Media: Yes
BSD Name: disk4
Partition Map Type: MBR (Master Boot Record)
SMART status: Verified
Volumes:
NO NAME:
Free: 15,39 GB (15 394 897 920 bytes)
Capacity: 15,93 GB (15 927 345 152 bytes)
Writable: Yes
File System: MS-DOS FAT32
BSD Name: disk4s1
Mount Point: /Volumes/NO NAME
Content: Windows_FAT_32


[ ]- Take a photo of the card front, upload it.
IMG_2800 Large.jpeg
[ ]- Take a photo of the card back, upload it
View attachment 1929766 [ ]- If you got another older mac or external reader, do you get the same problem?

The same. Works in both 2015 MacBook Pro and Satechi external reader.
 

paalb

macrumors regular
Original poster
Dec 17, 2019
230
149
[ ]- Did the photos copy in an even stream?

Yes

[ ]- When the terminal test finishes copy all the lines into your report.

pb@M1Max ~ % /usr/bin/rsync -avE -h --exclude=".*" --stats --verbose /Volumes/NO\ NAME /Users/pb/test/SD-Card-Test
building file list ...
[sender] hiding directory NO NAME/.fseventsd because of pattern .*
done
delta-transmission disabled for local transfer or --whole-file
._NO NAME
NO NAME/ALBM/
NO NAME/ALBM/ALB67ZZ1.BIN
NO NAME/DCIM/
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010001.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010002.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010003.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010004.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010005.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010006.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010007.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010008.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010009.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010010.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010011.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010012.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010013.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010014.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010015.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010016.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010017.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010018.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010019.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010020.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010021.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010022.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010023.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010024.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010025.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010026.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010027.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010028.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010029.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_1010030.ORF
total: matches=0 hash_hits=0 false_alarms=0 data=578974850

Number of files: 36
Number of files transferred: 32
Total file size: 578.97M bytes
Total transferred file size: 578.97M bytes
Literal data: 578.97M bytes
Matched data: 0 bytes
File list size: 578
File list generation time: 0.009 seconds
File list transfer time: 0.000 seconds
Total bytes sent: 579.05M
Total bytes received: 748

sent 579.05M bytes received 748 bytes 60.95M bytes/sec
total size is 578.97M speedup is 1.00

[ ]- From Apple menu (Apple in the menu up to the left) choose About this mac. In Overview click System Report. You see Hardware at the top. Go down to Card Reader. Copy ALL the text into your report. Close the System report if you are testing more than one card.

Built in SD Card Reader:

Vendor ID: 0x17a0
Device ID: 0x9755
Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x17a0
Subsystem ID: 0x9755
Revision: 0x0001
Link Width: x1
Link Speed: 2.5 GT/s

SDHC Card (Class 10):

Product Name: SDSL16G
Manufacturer ID: 0x03
Revision: 8,0
Serial Number: 1770275402
Manufacturing Date: 2017-01
Specification Version: 3,0
Capacity: 15,93 GB (15 931 539 456 bytes)
Removable Media: Yes
BSD Name: disk4
Partition Map Type: MBR (Master Boot Record)
SMART status: Verified
Volumes:
NO NAME:
Free: 15,34 GB (15 343 517 696 bytes)
Capacity: 15,93 GB (15 927 345 152 bytes)
Writable: Yes
File System: MS-DOS FAT32
BSD Name: disk4s1
Mount Point: /Volumes/NO NAME
Content: Windows_FAT_32

[ ]- Take a photo of the card front, upload it.
IMG_2802 Medium.jpeg

[ ]- Take a photo of the card back, upload it

IMG_2803 Medium.jpeg


[ ]- If you got another older mac or external reader, do you get the same problem?

No problem
 
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paalb

macrumors regular
Original poster
Dec 17, 2019
230
149
[ ]- Did the photos copy in an even stream?
Yes

[ ]- When the terminal test finishes copy all the lines into your report.

pb@M1Max ~ % /usr/bin/rsync -avE -h --exclude=".*" --stats --verbose /Volumes/NO\ NAME /Users/pb/test/SD-Card-Test
building file list ...
[sender] hiding directory NO NAME/.fseventsd because of pattern .*
done
delta-transmission disabled for local transfer or --whole-file
._NO NAME
NO NAME/ALBM/
NO NAME/ALBM/ALB67ZZ1.BIN
NO NAME/DCIM/
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170001.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170002.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170003.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170004.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170005.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170006.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170007.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170008.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170009.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170010.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170011.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170012.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170013.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170014.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170015.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170016.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170017.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170018.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170019.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170020.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170021.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170022.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170023.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170024.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170025.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170026.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170027.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170028.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170029.ORF
NO NAME/DCIM/100OLYMP/_C170030.ORF
total: matches=0 hash_hits=0 false_alarms=0 data=550987233

Number of files: 36
Number of files transferred: 32
Total file size: 550.99M bytes
Total transferred file size: 550.99M bytes
Literal data: 550.99M bytes
Matched data: 0 bytes
File list size: 618
File list generation time: 0.007 seconds
File list transfer time: 0.000 seconds
Total bytes sent: 551.06M
Total bytes received: 748

sent 551.06M bytes received 748 bytes 38.00M bytes/sec
total size is 550.99M speedup is 1.00

[ ]- From Apple menu (Apple in the menu up to the left) choose About this mac. In Overview click System Report. You see Hardware at the top. Go down to Card Reader. Copy ALL the text into your report. Close the System report if you are testing more than one card.

Built in SD Card Reader:

Vendor ID: 0x17a0
Device ID: 0x9755
Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x17a0
Subsystem ID: 0x9755
Revision: 0x0001
Link Width: x1
Link Speed: 2.5 GT/s

SDHC Card (Class 10):

Product Name: SDSD08G
Manufacturer ID: 0x03
Revision: 8,0
Serial Number: 1908857534
Manufacturing Date: 2012-01
Specification Version: 3,0
Capacity: 7,95 GB (7 948 206 080 bytes)
Removable Media: Yes
BSD Name: disk4
Partition Map Type: MBR (Master Boot Record)
SMART status: Verified
Volumes:
NO NAME:
Free: 7,39 GB (7 388 135 424 bytes)
Capacity: 7,94 GB (7 944 011 776 bytes)
Writable: Yes
File System: MS-DOS FAT32
BSD Name: disk4s1
Mount Point: /Volumes/NO NAME
Content: DOS_FAT_32


[ ]- Take a photo of the card front, upload it.

IMG_2804 Small.jpeg


[ ]- Take a photo of the card back, upload it

IMG_2805 Small.jpeg


[ ]- If you got another older mac or external reader, do you get the same problem?

No problem
 
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