Question about Lexar 64MB FLASH MEMORY DRIVE USB 2.0 - (JDCL064231) Hard Drive
Have you already formatted the memory card? you may do this via the console of your camera. Sometimes you have to format it first before taking pictures as the computer will not recognize it. Please try a USB flash reader as well. by the way another symptom is that your Memcard is configured for 2.0 if your port on your computer is for 1.0 it might not be backward compatible. This happened to me on a Canon but it might be the case with yours as well. Please try to see if it will be read on another computer.
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Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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