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Memory cards reader usually doesn't require drivers.
There's 2 possibilities here :
1. Your card reader is faulty. Try another card reader.
2. Your card itself is faulty. If it's still under warranty, try contacting Kingston.
Hope this helps.
Do you buy it from a local shop ? or it is in a warranty period ? check this following links..may your problem will solve.! http://www.nsharp.org/15/how-to-fix-a-dead-flash-drive-or-usb-key/ http://www.experts-exchange.com/Storage/Removable_Backup_Media/Q_24030756.html If this will not help you.Contact Kingston and if your pendrive is local then nobody can't help you. Thanks in advance
Plug your pen drive into a computer that is on. In Windows Explorer, find the pen drive and right click on it and select "Properties". Select the "Tools' tab and then the "Check Now" button in the "Check the volume for errors"Box. Select both oxes and click "Start". Hopefully this will recover all of your drive. If not, the drive has been compromised (toasted). Then you should check with Kingston to get a replacement.
The "other PC" needs to have the same application installed that created the files. It sounds likely that is the problem for the other PC. If the files are failing to open using the PC that originally copied the files, then try formatting the USB drive (formatting deletes all data). Before you copy the file again, make sure the same file opens from your computer prior to copying it. Now copy the file to it the USB drive again.