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Camera not reading SD card after being removed from my reader

My pictures are recorded to a memory card. I take the card out and insert into a removable reader. When I put the memory card back into the camera the pictures are no longer on the card (the camera says "read error"). Prior to using a removable reader I would plug my camera directly into my computer and did not have this problem when re-inserting the card to the camera. Can you help me with this issue?

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Put the SD card back into the card reader. Are you files still there when the computer tries to read them?
If they are not, then it is very likely the card is corrupt. This happens when the card is removed before the computer is done reading/writing to the card.

There is also a SLIM chance the card is just bad.

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