Initializing SD card...Wiring is correct and a card is present.Card type: SD1Could not find FAT16/FAT32 partition.Make sure you've formatted the card
Initializing SD card...initialization failed. Things to check:* is a card is inserted?* Is your wiring correct?* did you change the chipSelect pin to match your shield or module?
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I have one of those, and it works fine with 5V supply and 5V on the signal lines.
QuoteI have one of those, and it works fine with 5V supply and 5V on the signal lines.The LC Studio modules do work with some SD cards. I have checked several cases where cards work. The card draws a lot of current on the 5V signal lines which may not good for the card or the Arduino The Arduino can only supply enough current to reach about 4 V on the signal lines.The card input lines should not draw current so I think the excess current is due to input protection devices in the card.Not a desirable condition.
There is no need for any level converters. If the Arduino sees the card connected properly but you get the error "Could not find FAT16/FAT32 partition, simply connect the 5V Arduino supply to the 3.3V input pin on the SD board and the problem is solved.
Also, the MISO and MOSI labels on the SD breakout are labels for the Arduino board not the SD Card. So, MOSI on SD board goes to MOSI on Arduino; MISO on SD Board goes to MISO on Arduino NOT the other way.
Just had my breakthrough a couple of minutes ago and I've written multiple data to my SD Card and successfully retrieved it.