Card type: SDXCManufacturer ID: 0X3OEM ID: SDProduct: SC128Version: 8.0Serial number: 0X58D8091AManufacturing date: 8/2013cardSize: 127865.46 MB (MB = 1,000,000 bytes)flashEraseSize: 128 blockseraseSingleBlock: trueOCR: 0XC0FF8000SD Partition Tablepart,boot,type,start,length1,0X0,0X6,4224,1248645122,0X0,0X0,0,03,0X0,0X0,0,04,0X0,0X0,0,0error: File System initialization failed.
All data set to 0x00Erase doneFormattingBlocks/Cluster: 128FAT32error: write MBRSD error: 57,ca
SD initialization failed.Do not reformat the card!Is the card correctly inserted?Is chipSelect set to the correct value?Does another SPI device need to be disabled?Is there a wiring/soldering problem?errorCode: 0x25, errorData: 0xff
The Arduino SdFat library provides read/write access to FAT16/FAT32 file systems on SD/SDHC flash cards.
Each pin (CLK, MOSI, MISO, CS) takes it's voltage from the UNO directly and not from the SD module? What's the point of connecting the SD module to 3.3V, what does it need the power for?My guess would be that the SD module takes it's voltage from the 3.3V pin and distributes it to it's other pins like the CLK and MOIS etc... Where am I going wrong in that reasoning?