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2 gb sandisc card while transferring photos to laptop it says fil

I have 2gb sandisc card for my digital camera.card was wrkng fine but today when i connected the card to my laptop to transfr the photo to my laptop it gives an error saying that the card is unreadable , unaccessible

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    kenneth calhoun May 11, 2010

    did you check the lock switch on the side of the card?

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Download software unlocker install it to access the photos inside the card .

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Hi,
Dear, You have a medion md95800 laptop right.
I will come back 12-12-08, then i try to find reason.

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