Sync onedrive to SD card that has onenote in it?!

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  1. johnj2803

    johnj2803 Member

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    I am in the process of moving my one drive sync to an sd card.

    I have this problem where my 128gb sd card randomly ejects and I am just scared that my one note files and notes would get screwed up.

    I am changing the card now, but I am just expecting the worse scenario with my one note files and notes.
     
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    It nay just be me but I wouldn't want to try sending live (syncing) data to a microSD card though some people have done it without a problem, (so far). A lot of things can go wrong. Have a backup plan!
     
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    @johnj2803 ,

    Regarding your sync problems (other thread), this can occur when you have an Office document with the same name as another Office document, but the version of Office is different. For example, an Office 2013 "docx" document deliberately named with ".doc". OneNote likes to categorize Office documents and found the conflict.

    Here's what you can do: Open those offending files and save as a new name. Slightly modify the name, but preferrably, also allow Office (MS Word) to choose the filetype (.docx, for example). Then delete the offending files.
     
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