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With regards to SDIO to USB adapters like something based off of a VUB300, under Linux, the bridge itself will Hot-plug USB and do the "right" things. The SDIO device, on the other hand...depends on whether the vendor (giving TI a nasty, nasty look right now...grrr...) did something non-standard and their drivers RELY on that off in the weeds behavior. The ...
The answer to your question is actually on the ArchISO page you linked: Installing packages "You will want to create a list of packages you want installed on your live CD system. A file full of package names, one-per-line, is the format for this. This is great for special interest live CDs, just specify packages you want in packages.both and bake the image."...
(Old question, but useful info for those searching) If you want to fully test an SD card (destructively) you can check the entire data space with the F3 tools which have been ported to Linux They let you write a variety of patterns to the disk and then check to see if there are any failures. You could also use badblocks, but badblocks uses repeating ...
The card is almost certainly defective. I had a similar issue, and asked the manufacturer (Sandisk). As it was new it was replaced under warranty. I have seen a couple of similar reports, but no solution.
Using gparted , choose you SD-card (USB) device then delete the existing partitions, Go to the menu select Device then create partition table by default you have Select new partition table type = msdos , just press Apply Next step go to the menu select Partition then New choose the needed file system (ext4 , fat 32...) prees Add and Apply
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