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My pc wont reconize any memory card Bigger than 2 GB

When I put my 8 GB card into the same spot I put my 2 GB card my pc will not even reconize it is even in. The drive will completely disappear. H: drive

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  • redbikelilly Mar 13, 2009

    I couldn't tell ya how many watts I am getting.

  • Shadow1989 May 11, 2010

    Some readers have limitations.  Let me know your computer manufacturer if the reader cam with it, or the manufacturer and model of the reader and the memory that you are using.

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Flash drives? What does the book say that came with the computer? 
    Was it made to run a flash driver bigger that 2gb? Was their even a larger that 2gb flash drive available when your computer was manufactored?

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Hi, you need to check your power supply to see how many watts it is. If you have a low wattage PSU then your 8GB card may need more watts to run. If you have a ow wattage PSU get a new one with more watts. Hope that helps.

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