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I/O Device error

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When I insert memory card in the USB, it says I/O device error. Please let me know how to solve this problem.

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    I/O Device error problem

  • pronavab Dec 13, 2008

    i also have I/O device for proplem in my Kingston memory card. Please help me to solve the proplem

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First , i need to ask u if u try it on ur pc_usb only?

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When I insert memory card in the USB, it says I/O device error. Please let me know how to solve this problem.

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If you have linux, you may have mounted it with the wrong filesystem. Use umount to "unmount" the device, than "man mount" for the flag for filesystem (I think it's -t) and mount it then with "-t vfat" from fat32 or other filesystem

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Hi pls help me with this problem.ty

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Hi there again,
I am assuming you are using XP OS.....
I have a couple of questions for you.

Try this.............
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Please look at my computer,


1.What happens when you connect camera to usb lead then connect the lead to the computers usb port?

2,Would it upset you if we use another way of moving your photo and video files from camera to computer?

3.Does Memory card work in another device or computer?

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