When you apply Form I-90 to replace your current green card because it has incorrect data, you may need to check the field 3.d in Part 2 if the error was caused by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The error is related to your personal data: DHS could have incorrectly specified your data on your current green card.
You must not check the field 3.d if the data on your green card is incorrect, but you have a court order, a marriage or birth certificate, or any other documentation proving that you have legally changed your personal data. You must instead check the field 3.e in this case.
You must attach the original green card to the Form I-90 and mail it to USCIS if the DHS made an error. If you checked the field 3.e, attach a copy of the document that proves that your data was legally changed, meaning the DHS did not make any errors when processing your data.