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Try the SD card in your computer, see if it is corrupted. If not, copy the files off of it and then re-format it - then try it in your phone.
If that does not work, try a fresh SD card in the phone (maybe borrow one?)
If that fails too, it may well be that the internal SD card reader in the phone has gone bad.
Using your Samsung galaxy phone you can follow these simple instructions: 1. Attach your digital phone to your PC using a USB cable. 2.Check if your computer recognizes the phone as a memory device by clicking on "My Computer" on you PC. See if it has been assigned a drive letter. This will give you access to the memory on your micro SD card. 3.Drag and drop data to the memory card by clicking on the data and moving it to the drive letter assigned to your phone. You can also right-click on anything you want to save. Click on "Save As" and save the file to the drive. 4.Access the data on your memory card using the "Tools" menu on the phone.
Another option is that if you are using a microd sd card reader. You can follow these steps:
1.Purchase a micro SD card adapter, which will allow you to insert the smaller card into SD card readers and computers. Many of the newer phones come with the adapter.
2. Insert the micro SD card and adapter into the card reader. Make sure your computer recognizes by accessing "My Computer" on your PC and clicking on the drive letter associated with your card reader.
3.Drag and drop videos or other data to the drive containing the micro SD card. Or right-click on anything you want to save, and then click on "Save As." Save the file to the correct drive.
4.Pop the memory card into your digital phone. Access it using the "Tools" menu on the phone.
This is the same deal with a lot of other people, including myself. You need a smaller SD card to transfer anything. The problem I've had is getting Windows to recognize my SD card when I insert it into my laptop. But the first issue you'd have is with a 2GB card, which isn't recognized in the SLVR. Also, some cards aren't compatible with Windows. Cheap ones like Transcend have issues being read and formatted by Windows, cause they're cheap to begin with. Get something from perhaps Crucial or Kingston. You're better off with a good brand anyways.
I have this phone to. I remember reading a long time ago, sorry I can't source it, but anything over 1gig the phone will not recognize. I have had 1gb sandisk and 1gb Lexar in my phone no prob. Try getting a smaller size card.
The blackjack micro SD card goes in gold pins facing up,
you must push it past the edge of the phone for the lock to
engage, use a car key to push the card all the way in.
and the same to remove the card.