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Omg! it works for a minute and then it doesn't. i have unplugged and plugged it again and shut down and restarted but it is no use. how can i just down load pictures for ebay off my camera card without this hassle? thanks!

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If you are using a cord and usb port it sounds like your usb port is loose and not holding on. Try plugging it into another port maybe on the back of your computer.
Let me know if this works

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