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My memory card won't be read by my computer

I have a Nikon D60 and a Crucial 4GM high capacity card and I just formatted it but my computer says there are no pictures recorded. Any ideas?

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Try a different card reader that supports large cards. Sometimes low capacity readers will not read large capacity cards.

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