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The SD slot no longer automatically uploads my photos by taking me through the wizard that allows me to save my pix to a folder

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  • lcherry71 Jul 16, 2009

    iM SORRY. it's the SD slot on my home computer- compaq presario SR1115CL

  • lcherry71 Jul 16, 2009




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What kind of slot are you using? Make and model please...

If it came with software, try uninstalling and reinstalling it and then trying again. You may also be able to go through My Computer, and click on the reader to get it to load. I can be more help if you still can't get it to work by uninstalling it (if it has that option) but I need the make and model in your next reply.


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