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4GB card on iSonic camera isn't read on computer

I got a 4GB card in my iSonic camera, and my computer won't read it. All I get is There is no disk in Disk G:

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Hi!we have read your problem.please dont worry, every problem has a solution.you have to connect your camera to the computer(see for usb ports) via the datacable provided in switched on condition .then your computer will be able to recognize it..hope your problem is tackled.have a nice day!!!

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