Running a brand new (7 days) Surface Pro 3.
WIndows 10 Home v1511
OS Build 10586.63
I have a Samsung 128Gb Micro SD.
I've been through every post I can find on this board and tried all of the suggested solutions from software/firmware updates, switching to quality of access rather than quick changeability, and all the rest of the enable/disabling of drivers.
I have made sure the card clicks in properly, I have tried to card on other devices (it works fine on every thing else), I have tried other cards of other capacities from different manufacturers. I tried a small piece of tape and paper to make the card fit tighter in the slot.
All come up with the same results. The SD card will not remain accessible for longer than about 5 minutes.
There's no indication that it has dropped (when I manually remove the card there are the descending tones from the device telling me it's disconnected). It just disconnects and is no longer accessible.
When I physically remove the card, the tones sound, when I replace the card the tones sound and the card is once again accessible for about 5 minutes.
I just got this thing and I'm trying so hard to like it.
This issue has me extremely frustrated.
Please tell me there is something that will fix this without having to ship the device somewhere, pay for shipping, pay for repair, and be without the device for a few weeks.
This seems to be a common problem over the past few YEARS.
Microsoft, Please take action to fix this issue.
I look forward to hearing a solution that will fix this once, and for all and not a bandage or temporary fix.