Question about Kingston 2GB Secure Digital Memory Card
If you are using Windows 98 (SE) it isn't supported. Otherwise try the drive in other USB ports on the back of your computer. Install the latest Service Pack for your OS. Verify that the drive is not defective by trying it in a different computer.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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