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My computer does not recognize my SD 2GB SD Flash Card which I insert into my camera and take pictures. I have a slot on my computer for SD cards. Can I just put the card in the slot and access the pictures without a usb reader?

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Yes you can directly use the SD card slot, make sure you unlock the write protection before inserting it into the slot if you wish to modify or copy the contents from or to the card.

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