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I have a Fujitsu N-series N3410 laptop. I want to slide my 4GB SDHC card into the media card slot on the left side of the computer. It plugs into place alright but then the computer does not recognize it. In fact, nothing happens at all. It is like I did not put anything into the slot at all. Is this a driver issue or something else?

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Na i dont think there is a driver issue try with a known working card and see if it does the same thing is yes than there is issue with the reader if the other card works its issue with the card which is not working

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