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Computer is not recognizing my memory card

When I insert my memory card from my camera it is not recognizing it.

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  • Leslie May 11, 2010

    did you check with the mfr. and make sure the card is supported

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Does your computer recognize any other memory cards? If this is the only card that the computer is not recognizing, I would recommend a new memory card. If your computer is not recognizing any memory cards, I would recommend that you visit the pc manufacturer's web site and download the newest firmware/drivers for the card reader.

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