Hey, guys. I've got a SanDisk 8GB MicroSD card that somehow ended up getting corrupted. It had all my save data and everything on it--and I stupidly didn't make a SAV file backup. Honestly, I've tried about everything I can think of to recover the files off of it, but try as I might, my computer will never read it. "Please insert a disk into Removable Disk (G" Unfortunately, since my computer doesn't even DETECT it, I can't go in and reformat it. I've tried detecting it with the Panasonic SD Formatter I've tried different ports on my laptop, as have I tried using a digital camera as the reader--I've tried on my desktop as well, so the fault lies purely with the SD card. It isn't the reader that's at fault--I'm using an old reader that came with an original R4 card a long time ago. I know it's not the reader because it effortlessly picks up my 4GB SanDisk MicroSD card that I used before buying the 8GB. At the moment, I don't even care about saving the files that are on it--but I'm strapped for cash right now, and since I need to either fix this card or invest in a second one, I'd much rather find a way to reformat my current card. Do you guys think that it's fixable? I've searched all across the net to try and find ways to salvage the thing, but I haven't had much luck. I figure it's about time that I bother you guys with the question--can't really think of a better place to ask this. *Laughs* Any insight would be greatly appreciated--I'll test out your suggestions ASAP.