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Mmeory card computer is not recognising new memory card

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  • techkingston May 11, 2010

    Hi munkeyroo,



    What capacity is the SD card? What kind of reader are you using, for example, external USB reader or built in slot on your desktop or notebook? Do you have any other card that works?



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check in your BiOS and make sure all USB functions are enabled.

Next you could remove your USB hub in windows Hardware Mangler (Manager) and reboot and let windows reload those drivers.

Then plug the flash drive back into the USB port and see if it works any better.

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