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Computer wont reconize my 4gb micro sd card

I put the micro card into the adapter and put it into the card reader in my computer but my computer wont recognize it nor can i find it anywhere???
i dont have anything on it yet im trying to load music and pictures onto it

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Try to plug it in another port at the back of your CPU plug it directly to the motherboard, if it does not work try to use another card reader, check your micro card if it is put correctly to the card reader,

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