Card Error Ursa G2

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Card Error Ursa G2

PostSat Mar 21, 2020 11:37 am

Hoping to find some help here, I ran into a problem I haven't seen discussed yet while shooting with an Ursa Mini Pro G2.

I filmed yesterday and filled 2 CFast and 2 SD cards. All 4 cards were in the camera the whole day, and I swapped from CFast to the SD cards once the C-Fast filled up. No issues offloading media to PC from both CFast cards and one of the SD cards, but the second SD cards is giving me this error message when plugged into my PC:

"You need to format the disk drive O: beffore you can use it. O:\ is not accessible. The volume does not contain a recognized file system. Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted."

List of cards: 2x Sandisk Extreme Pro CFast 2.0 (both behaving normally) 2x Angelbird AV Pro SD V90 (one will not connect to my pc, one behaving normally)

If I put the problem SD card back in the camera, I CAN play back all footage recorded to it. The camera acts as if nothing is wrong. All cards were formatted in camera at the beginning of the day. I shot 8:1 Raw 4.6k the whole day. No idea what's going on but I really can't afford to lose this footage!

Is there any way to transfer media from one card to another IN CAMERA? Or perhaps rent an SDI recorder and play back each clip? Any help is appreciated!
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Re: Card Error Ursa G2

PostFri May 22, 2020 11:17 pm

I am having this issue on a Mac with a Sandisk Cfast 2.0 card currently. Used the program Do Your Data Recovery to at least recover the footage. Hopefully that is helpful.
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Re: Card Error Ursa G2

PostSat May 23, 2020 5:02 am

There are several programs people have used successfully as long as you do not reformat the card. Search on “recovery” perhaps and find programs that work on your OS version.
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Re: Card Error Ursa G2

PostSat May 23, 2020 7:54 am

BeckettColt wrote:Hoping to find some help here, I ran into a problem I haven't seen discussed yet while shooting with an Ursa Mini Pro G2.

I filmed yesterday and filled 2 CFast and 2 SD cards. All 4 cards were in the camera the whole day, and I swapped from CFast to the SD cards once the C-Fast filled up. No issues offloading media to PC from both CFast cards and one of the SD cards, but the second SD cards is giving me this error message when plugged into my PC:

"You need to format the disk drive O: beffore you can use it. O:\ is not accessible. The volume does not contain a recognized file system. Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted."

List of cards: 2x Sandisk Extreme Pro CFast 2.0 (both behaving normally) 2x Angelbird AV Pro SD V90 (one will not connect to my pc, one behaving normally)

If I put the problem SD card back in the camera, I CAN play back all footage recorded to it. The camera acts as if nothing is wrong. All cards were formatted in camera at the beginning of the day. I shot 8:1 Raw 4.6k the whole day. No idea what's going on but I really can't afford to lose this footage!

Is there any way to transfer media from one card to another IN CAMERA? Or perhaps rent an SDI recorder and play back each clip? Any help is appreciated!
May be that card be formatted in hfs+ instead of ex fat?
Check with paragon hfs+ for Windows the trial work for 5 days.
Anyway I suggest also under windows to use hfs+ instead of ex fat, if you have some fault is a better file system where recover file than ex fat. Under windows more safer file system is NTfs but you cannot format card for Blackmagic Design or other cameras in ntfs be cause Microsoft not release spec and all developer are forced to use less safe ex fat file system.
I had paragon driver from since ten years and I forget problems with support (except for photo camera where you can choose exfat only).


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