uscpsycho Posted January 26, 2006 Share Posted January 26, 2006 One month ago I purchased a 133x 2GB Corsair SD card that I had to take back and exchange for a new one. I never had a problem with the first SD card sticking in my devices. However, the new one sticks in some of my devices, to the point where the internal spring mechanism is not strong enough to eject the card. So I took the 2nd SD card back and exchanged it for a 3rd card. Same problem with the third one. I have several other SD cards and none of those cards are sticking, so the problem is not with my SD card readers -- the problem is the Corsair card. I've put the Corsair card side-by-side with the others and can see only one difference: The other SD cards have an indentation on the plastic case for the label and the Corsair card does not. So the recessed label on the non-Corsair cards makes them ever so slightly thinner than the Corsair card. Hard to believe such a small detail makes this much of a difference but I can see nothing else that could cause this problem. Since the original card did not stick I suspect that Corsair has changed the design of their SD cards (no way for me to check since the first one has been returned). Can anyone from Corsair confirm this or offer any other explanation for why the last two cards had this problem? I got a great deal on the Corsair card but I'm about to give up on Corsair and get another brand. Would it be possible for me to send the one I have back and get one that won't stick? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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