Okay...this thing is starting to drive me nuts. I'm not stupid, but this has me baffled. The problem is my SDHC card. It's a type 4 SanDisk SDHC card of 8 GB. I use it for swiss (in combination with a gecko-SD). Worked fine for months. And now...it has become impossible to change anything for longer than a couple minutes. Every time I delete something, it comes back shortly afterwards. Adding something appears to work...but it disappears after a few minutes (or after unplugging/replugging it). This card is NOT locked. I checked it more times than I can count. Besides: if I put it in the "locked" state and try to delete something, it immediately gives that "you don't have permission" warning. So it's not that...but what is? The creepy thing is that any checks I throw at it don't seem to find anything wrong with it. scandisk and checkdisk don't find anything unusual. I even used minitool partition wizard and EASEUS partition manager to format the drive. It won't work. Either it gives a "There are some error uccurred while writing partition chains on disk." (EASEUs), or it lies to me that everything went well (minitool). When checking the file system and doing a surface error, neither program finds an error. (with minitool, I even wiped the partition and changed everything with zeroes...even THAT didn't work). It even goes so far that even changing the label gives a "this operation worked succesfully" mention, but that the label continues to be not there. I tried looking online, but it's kinda hard to describe it in short words. There are some who may have the same issue when they were using their SD card in multiple cell phones. However, my card never even touched a cell phone (why should it? those things aren't powerfull enough for gamecube games ). It's certainly something with the card, though. I tried modifying it on 2 pc's and a laptop, on 2 different readers (and I know my SD-2-USB convertor works fine as I use it on a daily basis on other cards). So hence this thread. Does someone has an idea what may be wrong or how to fix it? (and to those wondering: yes, the card works absolutely fine.It's just read-only...except that it's not).