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The card reader doesn't support SDHC. This is a common problem. But if your reader has MS card port and you have a (micro-)SD to MS adapter you may be able to read it from that port.
That may be why Sony's MS is more expensive... ; )
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
It's possible the card is corrupt - I had a similar problem but the chemist where I get my pics developed managed to get them off for me. My card was corrupt and I sent it back and got a refund. Doesn't help when you can't get your pics though. Sorry that's all I can offer.
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