Question about Cameras
Have you checked that the external reader is definitely SDHC compatible?
I've encountered a few which have a slot labelled with every variation of the SD/MMC format but which have proven not to be SDHC compliant. Generally these have been the cheapest unbranded readers or on branded (counterfeit?) readers from unreliable sources.
If this is not the case then you either have an SDHC card with corrupted data or a faulty card. Corrupted data can usually be recovered with data recovery tools, but all you can do with a faulty card is to ensure that the terminals are clean and to try it in another reader.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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