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Micro SD adapter doesn't work

Have a Samsung Flip, took a pic this morning and using the adapter that came iwth my laprop, Satellite P305D-S8900, read the card and copied the pic to my laptop. Hubby sent me a pic from his phone, I saved it to the SD card, tried to transfer it and the computer does not recognize anything , the adapter, the card or anything. Did not update any aoftware or delete anything. About a 3 hour time period between these events. What gives?

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Did you find a solution? I had the same thing happen with mine today. Put it in my cell phone copied the pictures to it. Tried it in my computer now nothing reads it.

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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Try asking other people how to work it because im a brainiac and i could probly get the answer

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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