I had an SD card a while back that just stopped working, nothing i did to revive it worked. So, like any curious fellow would, I dissected it. The images I present to you are my own.
I want to take my sd card and feed the data to a USB3. I need large storage and USB3 seems to be getting cheaper by the day. Sandisk SD xtreem pro cards are very expensive. <br> <br>Can anyone help me with this? <br> <br>Thanks.
Um, USB3 card reader perhaps? Your question would be better answered if you posted it here: <a href="https://www.instructables.com/answers/ask" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/answers/ask</a>
Anyone care to dissect a microSD?<br />
I tried and i snapped one in half, whoops
Hah, I don't think you could get one of those things open without some high precision tools.
Razor blades aren't &quot;precision&quot; by definition, but they are pretty precise. I'd go with one of those. on this one that little 'lock' slider was missing and made it so much easier to pop open, I don't know if the mini-SDs have those, but its worth a try.
Well you could slice it in half and get an electronic microscope and take pictures
Well, shoot me a PM when you get that done... I'm not wasting one of my microSDs. :D
If I had a dead microSD, I would.
good luck with that one XD<br /> <br />
Just a little suggestion for taking photos without that annoying black semicircle, or at least to lessen it. If you put a mirror, or white sheet of paper right above the frame of your photo, it will reflect light back into that area. The alternative is to actually bring a desk lamp closer to the subject, which will give your photo more depth anyways. Very cool look inside the SD card.
I had one that I took apart, and the circuitboard was alot thinner than yours appears to be, difference between a sandisk, and a cheapo I guess!

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