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Cannot transfer photos to XP from SDHC Ultra II Card

Purchased "Integral" SD / SDHC reader, connected to usb port and trying both types of card, SD 1GB and SDHC Ultra II 4GB.
Pc command -"format card."
Tried to format --Pc "failed to format."
Using the SD 1GB in my SanDisk ImageMate 12 in 1 reader, transfer no problem, I went to the "Integral" reader as a means to load the SDHC card, as my ImageMate does not support SDHC cards.
I noticed there is a Microsoft Hotfix in the latest service pack 1 update, this Hotfix only covers SDHC cards over 4GB .
The SD/SDHC cards have to be formatted in my Nikon DSLR camera, in order to use them, which I have done, their manual states "performance may drop if cards are formatted in a computer."
Any help would be appreciated.

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Took it to Jessops by the process of elimination "Integral reader faulty."
What a waste of many hours !

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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