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X 5470 Memory Card not being recognized by my computer

For over a year the memory card has been read by the computer.

Today for some unknown reason the Lexmark Imaging Studio does not recognize the memory card..

Any advice is greatly appreciated..

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First restart your computer. Double check if your memory card is locked, this is the little switch thingy on the side of it, it should say lock somewhere near it, slide it to the part not marked lock. If this doesn't help go to your start bar, click control panel, go to printers and other hardware, click on the memory card you are trying to recognize. Then it should give you some options on what to do with it and one should be load to your standard Lexmark Imaging Studio. I hope this helps!

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Try the memory card in another reader if possible and also try another card to isolate the problem. The card could have failed or there could be a problem with the reader or internally in the printer.

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