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Problems with computer recognizing card

When I insert the SD card into my apple computer to view my photos I get a message saying No image capture device connected. I have never had a problem before when inserting other SD cards. I tried it on my IBM and it didn't recognize the card at all as if I never inserted anything. Could this be a faulty memory card?

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