If you insert a card, it automatically shows a window where you can choose to open the disk using the fila manager. In Linux, removable media usually is found in: /media/disk or under the /mnt directory.
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If you notebook does not have a built-in SD card reader, you can purchase an USB SD/memory card reader and connect it to the notebook's USB port. When the SD card is inserted into the USB card reader the notebook will see the SD card as an external storage device. You can then copy files off this SD card to your notebook etc.
The question is is it the slot or the media? You can get an external card reader for about 5 to 10
bucks that will hook up into your computer. Test the media with another computer if you have access to see if its the media that the problem.
this problem bugged me for weeks!!
finally figured it out today
download the sd card reader drivers from toshiba (not a 3rd party site)
boot into safe mode
delete all the sd card reader drivers currently installed
install the downloaded driver
reboot into normal mode
let the computer go about its business installing the driver, then it should work.
yes i think so,what u mean by the plastic though,generally the sd card is inserted into some sort of device and then inserted into the computer's reader
i suppose u are talking about the inbuilt the reader in the laptop