- Music (sync with Linux music players FTW)
- Everything else?
So - I have Nikon D610 that takes two SD cards. I bought some 32GB PNY "Elite Performance" cards and put two in (one for RAW, one for JPG). The camera started throwing an error after I'd taken ~70 pictures. Identified that the camera was complaining about card #2, so I took that out and all was well.
My question(s): Any way under Linux to really test the card and see if it's a bad card? (As opposed to maybe just reformat the card and throw it back in.) Note that this is a brand new card - so if it's bad, it's definitely not from overuse.
Any other experiences with faulty SD cards I should be aware of?
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