I know @Calgary Dash Camera - Robert is a Mac user and has used this model ok, maybe ask a friend with a Windows PC to check the card also, if Windows can't read it either perhaps there's a bigger issueI think my biggest gripe with the unit so far has been that however the dash cam formats the SD card makes it unreadable by my computer (late 2013 macbook pro). I've tried both the built in SD card reader and using a USB adapter with the same results: "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer."
I have not had this problem on my late 2013 MacBook Pro running El Capitan.I think my biggest gripe with the unit so far has been that however the dash cam formats the SD card makes it unreadable by my computer (late 2013 macbook pro). I've tried both the built in SD card reader and using a USB adapter with the same results: "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer."
lukasdirect.com -- whish I believe Calgary Dash Camera - Robert runs.should be ok, where did you buy from?
Nice, thanks. Details of my computer:I have not had this problem on my late 2013 MacBook Pro running El Capitan.
Ill see if I can recreate tomorrow at the office while using transcend card.
I tested, and found the same result as you.Thanks Robert -- sounds good
Also of note, I tested this on my htpc which is running OpenELEC (lightweight Linux distro) and it can mount the SD card (both with USB adapter and built-in card reader). Happy huntings tomorrow
Confirmed. That's all working great. My i9100 DUO works fine and SD & MicroSD now i can read on my Mac. Thanks.I just tested your advice @Erin Sherman on the T790 with a 64GB MicroSD.
It didn't help mount the card on the computer. However, after trying your suggestion. I tried one last thing.
Last week I discovered that the below series of steps and formats fixed regular 8GB SD card that randomly was not reading in my Macbook after being formatted in a Lukas LK-9750.
Luckily it worked. The 64GB MicroSD card is now recognized on my MacBook Pro.
Here is what I did.
Frist format the card in the camera.
Then plug it into your Mac. It will say the "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer."
Click "initialize". This will open Disk Utility.
Click the top level of the SD card. (Using my built-in memory card reader. The top level is listed as "APPLE SD Card Reader Media")
Then click the "Erase" button on the top toolbar. A pop-up will open that prompts you to choose 1 of 4 format types.
Select MS-DOS (FAT) and click erase.
Once completed, remove the memory card from your computer.
Insert it back into the camera. Power on the camera.
It will once again say "Formating is on standby, press the left key to format".
Press the left key.
Once the camera completed formatting the card again.
Pop the card back into your mac. It should now finally be readable and mounted properly.
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