My friend, my camera's SD card, is dead...
It has done a great job, more than 4000 fotographs are taken with help of that little thingy.
When I put it in my camera, my camera says things like: "Memory card error, please check the card"
And my computer says things like: "Unable to mount, device does not respond"
So I thought, why not just format that thing again?
But when I connect it with the Windows-computer, nothing happens, I can not even find it.
Back to Linux, I figured out that /dev/sdc is the device, and /dev/sdc1 is the partition.
A little bit strange, but mkfs.vfat can not be found.
But when I make it ext2, the Windows-computer will be able to find it and format it back to FAT.
So far the theory.
# mke2fs -FF /dev/sdc1
mke2fs 1.41.3 (12-Oct-2008)
mke2fs: Apparaat of adres bestaat niet tijdens bepalen van grootte van bestandssysteem
So even if I force it to ext2, it won't do it... Device or adres does not exist while determining the size of the filesystem
It drives me nuts