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Vista sees new device but can't read it (sandisk microSDHC 4gb)

Vista (sony vaio) sees new device but can't read it (sandisk microSDHC 4gb). moreover, the device slowed down all application. I had to do a windows restore to get laptop back in shape. How do you fix the problem? Help!

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If there are no important data on the sandisk try reformating it and plug it back and test if save problem occur

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