SanDisk High Endurance issue

tsh23

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I have three a119v3 dashcams. Two new cards (one 32, one 64gb) having the same issue. The cam will beep randomly (write error?) and restart another recording file, resulting in a loss of around 10 seconds of footage. Tried everything: h2w check was normal, full format using sdformatter etc to no avail. I think the dashcam doesn't play well with SanDisk High Endurance cards.
 

tomer_rozevich

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i think its a bad SD card
i stick with samsung Pro Endurance

in a home security camera i use the 64gb sd almost a 6 months
and no issue , its a good card for Dash Camera

i need to get soon A119 V3 and a A129 PLUS
both of them get the 128gb samsung that i order from amazon on a fair price

just do not touch sanDisk one
 

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SanDisk High Endurance are good cards. I’ve seen more users have issues with the Samsung Pro Endurance cards than the SanDisk High Endurance cards, but using SDFormatter usually straightens out any issue.
Did you perform the full overwrite, not the quick format?
 

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SanDisk High Endurance are good cards. I’ve seen more users have issues with the Samsung Pro Endurance cards than the SanDisk High Endurance cards, but using SDFormatter usually straightens out any issue.
Did you perform the full overwrite, not the quick format?
when I will get my new dashcam and the sd card
Do you recommend doing a quick format with SDFormatter?
 

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when I will get my new dashcam and the sd card
Do you recommend doing a quick format with SDFormatter?
Technically you should only need to format it inside the camera before using. However, some users experience issues, which a full overwrite using SDFormatter usually resolves (not a quick format).
 

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Technically you should only need to format it inside the camera before using. However, some users experience issues, which a full overwrite using SDFormatter usually resolves (not a quick format).
Yes tried full overwrite using SDFormatter. Two out of four new SanDisk Endurance cards having same issue. Have ordered Samsung ones to try
 

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i think its a bad SD card
i stick with samsung Pro Endurance

in a home security camera i use the 64gb sd almost a 6 months
and no issue , its a good card for Dash Camera

i need to get soon A119 V3 and a A129 PLUS
both of them get the 128gb samsung that i order from amazon on a fair price

just do not touch sanDisk one
I brought a new Samsung endurance 64G as card but is shows format all the time, it is new one even I format still didn’t work, do you know what’s problem ? Thanks for you kind suggest
 

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Try to verify its write speed, by using CrystalDiskMark. It could be fake.
 
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