Topic: "BAD FAT" error while checking partition
I'm have a reasonable understanding of computers but you should go slow in your answers
I have a micro SD card from an old phone that I used to increase its capacity. I o not remember what I've done that time but took some tinkering so it is not a simple memory extension.
Now I want to clean the SD card and use it for my Raspberry Pi.
This is where you come in. I've tried to format thee card with various OSs and each throw an error. Only linux mint's USB Stick Formatter does not and says everything is successful. But it does not work.
So I tried to check the two partitions and got the attached report (couldn't attach, linking google drive below), the error it throws is below:
Bad FAT: cluster 14063 is cross-linked for \ANDROID\DATA\COMSPO~1.MUS\FILES\SPOTIF~1\STORAGE\AB\,..(. You should run dosfsck or scandisk.