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Remove the Secure Digital memory card from the printer.
Examine the Secure Digital memory card:
Is the lock switch in the unlock position?
Are there any visible discolorations or defects such as crack or nick in the card?
Are there any contacts missing from the end of the card?
Are there any deep scratches in the card contacts?
Is there any heat discoloration on the card?
If all of the above questions result in No , proceed to Step 4.
Check if the HP Photosmart printer supports the file format.
In order to know which file formats are supported by the different HP Photosmart printers, please refer to the manual of your printer.
(Saving the pictures on the PC, if possible) Insert the Secure Digital memory card in the camera (or another device) and format it following the proper instructions to perform it.
Capture an image.
Review the image. If the image is corrupted or an error such as Unsupported Image File is displayed, the Secure Digital memory card is suspected to be defective and should either be replaced or referred to the manufacturer for further troubleshooting.
If the images are read properly, turn on the printer. Insert the Secure Digital memory card in the Secure Digital slot.
If the printer display continues to show the Card Not Recognized error, try using another Secure Digital memory card, if one is available.
If the printer is still unable to read a functional and compatible Secure Digital card, contact HP to obtain additional troubleshooting information.
I dont think your printrt is made to read SD cards the only way it see the SD cards if they are in the camera and the camera lead into the USB inlet on the printer.
Connectivity USB 2.0 full-speed
PictBridge: Using the front camera port
Bluetooth: Microsoft Windows XP Home and
Image File Formats JPEG Baseline
Margins Top 0.0 mm (0.0 inch) ; Bottom 0.0 mm (0.0 inch);
Left/right 0.0 mm (0.0 inch)
Media Sizes Photo paper 10 x 15 cm (4 x 6 inch)
Basically picture files in memory card have corrupt data that's why computer doesn't recognize it. HP recommends following action... Close the HP Image Zone
or HP Photosmart Software, disconnect the camera from the computer, and reset the camera. (can see this at HP Support) 2nd option is to find some memory card data recovery software on internet and use it to correct data files in memory card. Thank you.
Did you try putting the card in the camera, and using the camera's "format" card option?(Make sure there is nothing on the the card-a format will delete it.)
Often times, a digital camera requires a format of the card so the proper file/directory structure can be created. If the card is empty, you have nothing to lose.