That's what I initially though. I ignored the message, I didn't actively initiate anything from the Win10 machine and still something corrupted the card.
Because the desire of Windows to reformat ext4 filesystems is a clear and present danger and it's shot enough SDcards dead for other folks already.
I'm 99% sure it wasn't. I pulled it from a headless Pi-Zero that was running earlier in the day. I'll know for sure when see the final time/date stamp on the measurement data in the file I was looking for.
Well, that's a reasonable guess, but typically, it doesn't just do it on it's own - incorrectly responding to what it asks is the prime candidate...DougieLawson wrote: ↑Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:52 pmBecause the desire of Windows to reformat ext4 filesystems is a clear and present danger and it's shot enough SDcards dead for other folks already.
Not 100% but fairly sure. Before deploying I test and setup through the GUI/Desktop. Headless it only boots to the cmd line and runs the script.
Safe ejection is only needed if the card has been written to. Since you didn't write to the card, it's unlikely. Your card may have actually been corrupt.