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Mem card not working

The OS is vista premium

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    Merin Hoole Sep 26, 2008

    I did try this but still not bugging. The only thing the bugs me is that i took the laptop back and got a new one still the same problem and got a new SD memory packard bell did tell me there is many others with the same problem but thy don't know how to solve the issue


    The mem card reader is a internal card reader and is compatible with vista and XP

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Is your memory card an add-on? Is it compatible?
check the bios setup if the memory is detected. You might need to re-insert the memory card properly also.

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