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My SanDisk Card Reader des not light up when I insert a card so am unable to download or read what is on the card. It was working fine yesterday. I have plugged and unplugged them but with no joy. Any suggestions please

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Are there any yellow icons in device manager? if so, right click and update driver

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2-Did your card comes with a installation CD ?
Also remove :it again, turn on turn off on the PC, then put the card again but make sure to clean the plated connectors with at least alcohol and seat gently but hard enough to the card slot.
3-Power back the PC and wait until the system recognize the card.
4-After if everything goes well check the card driver if is newer than the CD.

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