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I just got my rubber ducky, the script works like it should when it arrives, but when I put the Micro SD card in the adapter so I can edit the code it doesn't show up, there is a beep from windows saying a new usb drive is in the computer but there is nothing in 'This PC'.

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8 hours ago, hiiamu said:

I just got my rubber ducky, the script works like it should when it arrives, but when I put the Micro SD card in the adapter so I can edit the code it doesn't show up, there is a beep from windows saying a new usb drive is in the computer but there is nothing in 'This PC'.

Check Device Manager and Disk Management. They might give you more information.

If you can't open Disk Management (taking far too long, causing Windows to be slow and potentially crash etc.) you probably have a dead SD.

If you see it in Disk Management it might be as simple as formatting it.

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18 hours ago, Dave-ee Jones said:

Check Device Manager and Disk Management. They might give you more information.

If you can't open Disk Management (taking far too long, causing Windows to be slow and potentially crash etc.) you probably have a dead SD.

If you see it in Disk Management it might be as simple as formatting it.

I don't see it in disk management, is it a dead sd? The 'Hello World!!!' script works fine on it. I put the sd card in the plastic adapter and there is no extra drives in 'This PC' or 'Disk Management', although 'Device Manager' shows the usb as 'MXT-USB Storage Device USB Device'

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On 4/21/2018 at 9:07 AM, hiiamu said:

I don't see it in disk management, is it a dead sd? The 'Hello World!!!' script works fine on it. I put the sd card in the plastic adapter and there is no extra drives in 'This PC' or 'Disk Management', although 'Device Manager' shows the usb as 'MXT-USB Storage Device USB Device'

So your saying the Ducky can see it and read from it? That's good, means it's not dead.

It could be the adapter, or it could just be that Windows doesn't recognise the file system, which is a bit strange. I would have assumed that the Ducky uses FAT32 for it's SD card. Have you got another adapter lying around, or an SD card slot in your PC/laptop? Might be worth giving that a shot.

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