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Windows don't read SD card into Rubber Ducky


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Hello everyone, I received the ducky and I have a problem.

Practically, I inserted into the PC, you have installed the drivers, the payload was performed (the ducky emits blue light), but I can not see the contents of the SD card.

The only way to read it is inserting into an adapter.


I tried:


-Change sd card

-view drives in computer management - managing disk (not finding)

-I tried the software "EaseUS Partition Master" on a whim, but even that fails to detect the sd card

-list ducky in the other pc (2x win8.1 x64 - 1x win7 x86) unnecessarily


With an adapter, I have tried several payload and all work, but unfortunately I can not get to read the micro sd PC.


I do not know what to do :(

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Hi,

to get access to the sd card you'll have to hold the button on the ducky down while inserting into the USB port.

Alternatively, use the included micro sd card reader.

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Ciao,

per ottenere l'accesso alla scheda sd dovrete tenere premuto il pulsante sul papera giĆ¹ durante l'inserimento nella porta USB.

In alternativa, utilizzare il lettore di micro SD card in dotazione.

I also tried this way.
virtually the ducky enter dfu mode and no LED flashes (I also installed the drivers for the dfu mode).
at this point, what I wonder is:
it is normal that the PC can not find any storage device when I insert the ducky?
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Does the card work with the card reader from the bundle? (Second item on the left side)

If so, check for the correct file system. It should be FAT.

duck_1024x1024.png

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Does the card work with the card reader from the bundle? (Second item on the left side)

If so, check for the correct file system. It should be FAT.

duck_1024x1024.png

the sd card is read perfectly by all usb adapters I tried (even with that arrived with the ducky).
I tried to change the file system from FAT to FAT32, and the payload worked quietly, but the sd still not be accessed.
I also tried changing the sd card and change in the file system from FAT to FAT32 and vice versa, but nothing.
The ducky continues to run the payload when you insert it, but I can not access the memory sd.
Even holding the key when inserting in the entry usb
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Okay, so want to run the payload and have access to the sd card.

I gues thiss tequires another firmware (I guesS).

Maybe someone else can help...

... some helpful links should be in the FAQ: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/28824-faq-frequently-asked-questions/

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Okay, so want to run the payload and have access to the sd card.

I gues thiss tequires another firmware (I guesS).

Maybe someone else can help...

... some helpful links should be in the FAQ: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/28824-faq-frequently-asked-questions/

exact, the purpose is to perform payload and access to micro sd.
Something that frankly I thought the ducky was already able to do.
I thank you for the answers;)
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exact, the purpose is to perform payload and access to micro sd.
Something that frankly I thought the ducky was already able to do.
I thank you for the answers;)

if you flash the right firmware on the ducky it'll be... ;)

https://code.google.com/p/ducky-decode/

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