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1. you can gain access to your memory card and its files/contents, by using a computer card reader appropriate for your SD card's size/type. (True 'SD' cards come in three main types:
- SD (original): up to about 4 GB capacity. The SD card that was used first.
- SDHC, and SDXC: larger, to much larger. Advanced SD cards not always readable in every reader.
Such a card reader can be added to any computer without one, for about $10 to $20 in cost, plus a very easy install procedure.
2. you can fully charge your new battery, and that may support the card reader function (which takes a little extra power.)
The replacement battery needs to be charged up for 6+ hours before its first use, owing to its having been on a shelf for a considerable time.
It may read, at first usage out of the package, as if it were fully charged - but it isn't. Leave it 'on charge' for 6+ hours no matter what it reads. Then try to use it.
That might be advisable.
And, if it works, it will be astonishingly easy. SD card technology is made to be easy to that degree.
I just hope it isn't *really* blank / in need of reformat. That is possible, if static discharge got into it to a certain degree; it might be truly erased.
I'm really sorry to hear that.
If it hasn't been erased as Flash memory media can be, completely and instantly, you might possibly be able to recover something or anything from it, by using free data recovery software with your computer.
In order to recommend such software to try, I will need to know what Windows (or MAC OS X if Apple) version is on your computer.
And how large the total capacity of the SD card is, and whether it is SD or SDHC or SDXC -type SD card.
Is the 'Samsung SDXC card, 64 GB EVO', the memory card and its total-capacity figure?
Thanks. I'll be looking up the right figure and data for that - sorry that this response wasn't earlier.
I think that would be a good first try. Use this utility carefully, and be aware: it may well fail to recover anything.