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Card reader not working

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I bought a new SD memory card (2GB) for my digital camera. The card has been saving the pictures just fine, but when I put it into my card reader on my Epson Stylus CX6600, the card reader does nothing. Its green light gives a quick flash and then goes out. It doesn't seem to recognize the card at all? I have another card at home (256 MB SD) that IS working in the reader. What the heck?

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  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    Me too! I am experiencing the same situation with my SD card.

  • hardwrkr Dec 12, 2008

    My 1gb SD card will work, but will not recognize 2gb SD card.

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I think 1 MB is the limit. Get a cheapy multi USB card reader.

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