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Transfering pictures when i plug in the card reader (sandisk 5 in 1) no icon shows or dialog box shows and i can not download photos. The reader is plugged in and the light blinks when it is being plugged in .

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    when i plug in the card reader (sandisk 5 in 1) no icon shows or dialog box shows and i can not download photos. The reader is plugged in and the light blinks when it is being plugged in .

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