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If your memeory card is a SD card then -
SD and Micro SD memory cards has a smallslide switch on the edge of the card, which write protects data on the memorycard.
Slide the switch from the READ position tothe WRITE position, which is furthest away from the contacts.You can then delete the phots using your computer OR format the memory card using the camera.
Dear Amir, Memory cards are just a bit better than old Floppy drives according to me they get struck by some viruses or may get corrupted when you pull it out with power on or you can say without the wizard safely remove hardware. your SD card seems to be corrupted.
insert your micro sd card drive click start right click on my computer open you should see your micro sd card right click then select format another way is to control panel administrive tools,computer management disk management right click on your sd card select format hope this helps
Either ur contact pins got problem on ur SD slot or try to clean the (gold mini plates) contact points of ur SD card!
If everything doen't work, buy a MULTi CARD reader that u could connect it tru USB!
Hi, I guess you have a built in card reader? Is there any chance your camera SD card is SDHC? Some card readers including built in types and those that you connect to a USB port have trouble with the later and faster generation SDHC cards but are happy with plain old SD cards. If you are using an external card reader, does it work in another computer? If it does work, then the problem is with your computer. If you have a built in reader, can you borrow someones external card reader that you know and does work with SD and SDHC cards? Can you try an older SD card in your current setup? If that works OK then it's the issue with SDHC that is your problem. Easily fixed by buying yourself a $10-20 external card reader Cheers, Steve
The dell Inspiron 1525 laptop SIM card slot will accept any SD size card. The card is like a mini disk. You can save files to the SD disk. If you have a digital camera that uses this size card, you can take pictures, then read them from the card on your computer.