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    Thanks to Zach9824 for the original post.

    Copied the tip to the TIPS and TRICKS thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banise View Post
    You should definitely be able to format any microSD card on the T100.

    Go to the standard Windows desktop, open an explorer window, find the Sandisk card, right click, select format, format with NTFS.
    Agree....wonder if the original format wasn't NTFS...?? The post really doesn't say.
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    Broken microsd-adapter or incompatible microsd-card ?

    I have a class 10 micro sd card which i have been using for a year in my smartphone and other laptop without a problem.
    In my T100, I get write speeds of under 400kB/sec.

    Read speeds are fine though (20MB/sec).
    When i plug the card in an external micro-sd adapter which I then plug in to the USB 3.0 port,
    windows isn't able to even access the card. But it does detect it.

    I tried formatting the card to NTFS and FAT32... but windows wasnt able to correctly format the card.

    Plugged the card back into my android phone, and the card is fine again.
    I'd buy a new card if I knew for sure my T100 isn't just faulty.

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    Please note that this very same post was already made in another thread (and responses posted as well), so this duplicate topic post has been merged with that one.

    In terms of a potential answer...more information is needed:

    1) For the first post in this thread - how was the microSD card formatted (NTFS or other)?

    For the previous post where the card worked in an Android phone:

    1) Not all formatting is accepted in every device. If Windows could not format your card...perhaps the card has an issue. Despite working in an Android phone, we could use more microSD card model number and other specs to help determine if that's a potential source.

    2) Did you try formatting the card being referenced in just the T100 or another PC with Windows? If another PC also can't format the card with Windows NTFS...then the card might be the problem.

    With more answers to these 3 questions...hopefully folks can get that information and assist.
    Last edited by ASUSFAN0001; 01-01-2014 at 02:16 PM.
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    managed to format the card to NTFS on a different computer.
    now my microsdcard is recognized in the external USB 3.0 adapter and it's working fast,

    but the internal card reader is still terribly slow.
    so it's not windows 8 or 8.1 that is the problem,

    either my unit is defective... or the card is incompatible with the machine.
    Last edited by beginning; 01-01-2014 at 09:12 PM.

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    Although the T100 has no issue playing 1080p mkv off the microsd card, think about speeds when loading up your card with mkv from your separate movie library. I choose the extreme microsd card over the ultra. The extreme cards, when matched up with a USB 3 card reader, write to the card almost twice as fast as the ultra card on USB 3 or 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beginning View Post
    managed to format the card to NTFS on a different computer.
    now my microsdcard is recognized in the external USB 3.0 adapter and it's working fast,

    but the internal card reader is still terribly slow.
    so it's not windows 8 or 8.1 that is the problem,

    either my unit is defective... or the card is.
    It appears its one or the other of those two.
    OWNER OF ASUS 64GB T100TA w/128GB microSD, and now running Windows 10

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    is it a name brand card? did you get it in the retail packaging? sometimes people do crappy things, like the old switch-a-roo return, other times its the chinese false advertising 1-2 punch where it says its a class 10 but all signs point to something else.
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    allright good news !

    the 32gb gb card by brand name medion just wasnt compatible with the T100

    im blazing 15mb/sec write speeds on my new 64gb class 10 samsung microsd right now. ill put some tape over it cause it would probably pop out one day.

    the t100 is a beast. took me a while to fix touchpad and other minor problems but once its all figured out this machine
    is the best.
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    SD card write problems

    Quote Originally Posted by azz View Post
    Signed up to say I have exactly the same problem as OP, also with SanDisk Ultra 64GB cards. Already on 220 firmware as well.

    I have three different cards and have tried all three, each being formatted as NTFS, exFAT and FAT32.
    For some reason the T100 has no issue reading my cards and I can copy data off them just fine but any attempt to write data onto the cards gives me:
    Error 0x80070079: The semaphore timeout period has expired.
    Tried to replicate the issue with a 2GB microSD (FAT32) but no issues at all, so I think its got something to do with the size of the cards as well.
    Does anyone else have similar issues or did I just get a bad unit?

    This is a real dealbreaker for me so definitely considering exchanging/returning my T100 even though its a great little device.
    Hi,
    having the same problem. I can't write to the SanDisk Ultra 64GB. For some strange reason i can write to a 8 Gb Sandisk class 4 card. Thinking about bringing the unit back to store.

 

 
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