How to Resolve the “Windows Could Not Format” SD Card Error Message

Normally, you can format an SD card on a Windows computer without any problems. But sometimes you may encounter a situation where you cannot format the SD card due to various unknown reasons.

In this article, I will describe the reasons that lead to this problem and the solutions that will help you solve all kinds of problems with unformatted SD cards.

What is the cause of the “Windows failed to format” SD card message?

System file error on your SD card: It’s likely that your SD card is corrupted for another reason. The reason may be a system file error. And you already know that Windows refuses to work with a corrupt SD card. read more

Fixed: Disk space error 0x80780119 when creating a system image

Disk space error 0x80780119

Windows hard disk space error code 0x80780119 indicates that your computer has space issues when creating system images. If your primary disk/partition or system does not have enough space to create a system image, you may see the Disk Space Error 0x80780119 pop-up message.

To fix this error, you can create a new system partition; you can also expand the partition you are using. It may happen that there is enough space on the protected system disk to create a system image, but the USN log disk becomes too big over time. If you handle the disk space error 0x80780119, it may disappear on its own. read more

Resolve the DiskPart “No fixed disks to show” error

DiskPart "No fixed disks to show" error

If you get an error message that when you use DiskPart in Windows 10/8/7, your hard drive cannot be mapped, this article will help you solve the problem. This usually happens when the computer cannot detect a connected hard drive. If the primary drive is damaged, the computer may not boot at all. The same can happen with a USB drive or an external storage device. This article will show you how to fix this error.

If you are also experiencing this error, here are some troubleshooting tips to help you fix the DiskPart error `No disks are showing` in Windows. read more