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antenora

Hello, I'm learning and using arduino pro micro with a micro sd card adapter. I can write file to sd with ArduinoIDE and read it also, but I can't detect it on windows 10.
When I insert my arduino (with Micro sd module) with an USB adapter and I run on cmd the command "wmic volume get driveletter" it shows only C: and D: It is normal or not? Can you help me?
Thanks

My Micro sd adapter: http://bit.ly/2Di4ham
Wiring Arduino pro micro <--> Micro SD adapter:

VCC  --->   VCC

D15  --->   SCK

D14  --->   MISO

D16  --->   MOSI

GND  --->   GND

D4   --->   CS

PaulS

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When I insert my arduino (with Micro sd module) with an USB adapter and I run on cmd the command "wmic volume get driveletter" it shows only C: and D: It is normal or not?
Yes. The Arduino with SD card will NOT appear as a drive in Windows. Or any other operating system.
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

mm7

I am currently working on pluggable USB MSC device.
In Linux I can mount and it reads/writes the SD FAT32.

It is quite slow and is not stable yet.

if you want to try, it is here: https://github.com/markmal/MSD
but it is very rough yet.

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