Question about SanDisk 8GB microSDHC Memory Card with MobilMate Micro Media Card Reader

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When i insert my 8 GB micro SD card it says the same thing.

Does it do that because the port can't read disks and such bigger than 2 GB? please help

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Your 8GB card is considered "high capacity". You will need an SDHC USB card reader to read it.

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